During a game of chess in Moscow, a robot accidentally fractured the finger of a 7-year-old boy, according to Russian news agency TASS

During a game of chess in Moscow, a robot accidentally fractured the finger of a 7-year-old boy, according to Russian news agency TASS.

According to Sergei Lazarev, president of the Moscow Chess Federation, “the robot broke the child’s finger.” Of course, this is a negative thing.

According to Sergei Lazarev, president of the Moscow Chess Federation, the teenage chess player did not give the robot enough time to react when he made a move on the chessboard during a game at the ‘Moscow Chess Open last Thursday. Then the robot fractured its finger while grabbing it.

The child’s finger was broken by the robot, Lazarev claimed. Of course, this is a negative thing.

The young boy came back to finish despite his injury.

The volunteers helped record the chess moves, and the boy played the next day and finished the tournament in a cast, according to Lazarev.

He said the federation had “nothing to do” with the programming or operation of the robot but that the organization had rented the robot several times before without incident.

He remarked, “It looks like bot operators will have to consider improving warranties so this problem doesn’t happen again.

People can be seen rushing after the robot was shown pinching the child’s index finger in a video from Russian news site Baza’s Telegram channel.

In his match against the little kid, the came up against two other young opponents, according to Baza.

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