Chess Robot Child Break Finger
A chess robot surprisingly grabbed a child’s finger when they went to movie a piece and broke it during a match at the Moscow Open. Simply put, the robotic arm latched on to the finger for several seconds before crew members managed to free its grip. Officials say it happened because the child did not wait for the machine to complete its move.

Apparently, the chess-playing robot had already participated in three matches on the day it encountered the child and such an incident has never happened before. Fortunately, the boy, named Christopher, quickly had his finger placed in a cast and played again the very next day. You won’t have to worry about MIT’s Digger Finger breaking anyone’s finger, as it’s designed to dig for gold.

Harry Potter Wizard Chess Set
  • Officially authorized by Warner Brothers.
  • Set includes chess pieces and playing board.
  • Playing board is 18.5 x 18.5 inches.

The child played the very next day, finished the tournament in a cast, and the volunteers helped to record the moves. Moskomsport called now, the parents want to contact the prosecutor’s office, we will communicate, figure it out and try to help [the family] in any way we can. And the robot operators, apparently, will have to think about strengthening protection so that this situation does not happen again,” said the agency’s interlocutor.

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