An Agile Robotic Hand That Can Solve Rubik’s Cubes, Whats Next?

Researchers at OpenAI, who previously taught virtual AI agents to play hide and seek, have trained a five-fingered, human-like robotic hand named “Dactyl” to solve Rubik’s Cube puzzles. They discovered that the neural networks that power the highly dextrous digits are constantly learning, even when faced with progressively more challenging tasks.

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