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  • Dirk

    It's even smarter than Paula!

    • Mr. Wiggles

      Thumbs up for not being a "first" douche

  • Troy1007

    Amazing.

    • https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=579518913 John Andrew Jose

      indeed.

    • Hill

      Does anyone know what phone they were using to scan that fast?

      • http://www.facebook.com/ranDgallegos Randall Gallegos

        Samsung Galaxy S2.

  • Jonny Codilla

    First!! Herpderp!

    • alessandro

      First of idiot…Even the cube is smarter than you…

    • yep

      Nice try dick

  • Meth Chef Jeff

    But where does the meat go?

    • guy

      will it blend?

    • Davinport

      In your mom, Jeff.

  • T-Boz

    Apparently now it’s hip to be….cuboid! ( sorry)

  • blub_glub

    you win this round, Gadget.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=623886367 Michael Alen Pugh

    NICE… but… now they move on to what? lol

  • billshakes626

    Fuckin NERDS! I love it.

  • alessandro

    Scanning phase is the fastest I have ever seen…

    Consider that total solving time include it…

  • Kee

    Where's the closest 24 hour walmart? I need some slugs for my shotgun. They're coming for us next.

  • Richter

    Nicely done, but a human can still do it in 5.66 seconds. http://youtu.be/3v_Km6cv6DU

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002059474696 Vince Weaver

      1) The kid's clock started AFTER he viewed the 6 sides and formulated his 'plan'. Robot time included scanning.
      2) A human can't do it EVERY time that fast
      3) If they sped up the rotational velocity of the arms, the robot could probably do it in 3 seconds or less.

      No doubt the kid is impressive, but AI is getting more and more incredible.

      • Alpha Pair

        I'd always expect a computer to be faster at solving a logical problem, though, especially one with a definite solution. It's AI's strong suit. It's the implementation of the solution into a lego robot that impresses me more than AI's solving the problem — though the scan is damnably fast…

        And humans may be a little slower, but they can go out afterwards, get drunk, hit on a girl, fall over and throw up in the gutter. That's multi-tasking right there.

  • http://proedross.blogspot.com plr89

    Yes, but, will it blend?

  • SenorWilson

    Awesome, but a human doing it is more impressive because that thing has 4 hands!

  • asdfasdf

    asdfasdfasdfasfd

  • marco

    Skynet beta

    • miscellaneous

      exactly

  • kwesadilla

    Take that, Asians.

    • Chiver In Bio

      Actually, Asians designed the Samsung smartphone that is the brain……lol.

  • Stan_Dalone

    holy shit, that was unbelievable

    • Sleep_Salone

      Holy shit! You're a fucking retard.

  • insonh

    if it ran for President it would win

  • Beta

    I welcome our future robot overlords!

  • Gareth

    Very impressive – unless it could ONLY undo that one pattern that the guy put on the cube? He has quick hands…has he applied a known set of moves that the robot simply runs in reverse?

    Id like to see him hand it to a guy on the street…randomly mix it up then see what it can do 😉

  • Anonymous

    I usually just got fed up and moved the stickers around…..

  • NebraskaGuy

    Nice …. BUT, can it make a sandwich??

  • Oliver Klosov

    Well actually it was 5.3525 seconds

  • SKEWED

    The images on the screen don't reflect what's actually happening to the cube… Something's not right!

    • james

      im no expert, but i think it scans all the sides then find the solution, and does the moves to solve it, it like it dont need to see it executes it remembers what to do… how i dont know

  • jdfish2279

    Considering its based off of algorithms, its not surprising that a computer can solve it. The cool part is it takes it from an image from a phone and can determine 3 or 4 of the other sides and then solve it that quickly.

    That and its a LEGO robot….

    • http://www.facebook.com/ranDgallegos Randall Gallegos

      it scans all the sides very quickly right at the beginning.

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