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Google was thinking about to start selling self-learning robot-arms

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the News agency Bloomberg reports that Google, and its parent company Alphabet has developed a self-learning robot-arm that you had in mind to start selling to businesses and other interested parties.

However, after the restauration of these plans after the robot arms are not made by Google founder Larry Pages of so-called "toothbrush test".

According to the Pages the "toothbrush test" to all of the products that Google releases out on the market to be able to be used by billions of people and the segment of self-learning robots-arms, that probably is relatively small, it was considered not to meet the requirements.

Robot-arms was first developed under the Google umbrella, but at the end of last year and moved the whole robot division over to the Google, the parent of the Alphabet.

It was in connection with the scrapped plans to start selling the robot-arms.

Those who had worked to develop robot-arms was obviously frustrated over this decision and one of the developers, James Kuffner, who is currently working at Toyota Research Institute, says to Bloomgergs:

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