However, UC Irvine's DeepCubeA does not have a record for automated Rubic Cube solving. Last year, researchers built a robot that could complete the puzzle for 0.38 seconds. The Min2phase algorithm of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, which is not a system of artificial intelligence, solves it three times faster than DeepCubeA. While other methods were specifically designed to solve the cube, DeepCubeA had to build their own path. each of her six faces. There are billions of possible combinations for the cube, but only one completed state. While scientists have shown to the AI what the final result looks like, DeepCubeA had to figure out how to get there and they still have no full understanding of how they have developed their strategies.
Researchers started with a simulated version of Rubik's graduate cube, then mixed it up. DeepCubeA was then trained to solve the puzzle for two days, improving its skills while trying to make increasingly difficult combinations. According to an article published in Nature researchers have provided 1