A human-like robot hand is developed by not-for-profit organization Open AI. The firm, started by Elon Musk, has succeeded in creating a self-taught algorithm that mimics the agility of authentic human movements. The Dactyl system is trained in a simulation and the acquired knowledge is applied within the parameters of the real word. A video is presented, in which Open AI's human-like robot hand is manipulating a physical block "with unprecedented dexterity" and fluidity of action.
Elon Musk's firm is working on the development of an algorithm through which a robot can be thaught to efficiently execute a variety of tasks without the need for continuous human programming intervention. The video of the human-like robot hand, following specific directions in the manipulation of a cube, is surely a step in that direction.
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