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Link: Japanese robot solves Rubik's Cube in record time - The Japan Times

A Mitsubishi Electric machine has cracked the notoriously challenging Rubik's Cube puzzle in less than a third of a second. In the blink of an eye, computer-controlled components moved the squares of the 3 x 3 x 3 cube until each side of the block was a single color, thus completing the game. Humans present applauded the feat. Guinness World Records recognized the 0.305-second time achieved by the TOKUI Fast Accurate Synchronized Motion Testing Robot as a new world best, with it beating the previous record of 0.38 seconds. Mitsubishi Electric received a certificate from the records body on May 21. The fastest time by a human is 3.13 seconds, achieved in June 2023 by Max Park at an event in California. #


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