The missing Hand in creating a truly robot-powered economy

These weird looking models are Homunculus-es. They show each body part in proportion to the amount of brain area dedicated to sensing (first / left pic) and acting (second / right pic) for the body part. We can get an idea of the immense work that goes into providing the sensitivity and nuanced flexibility in the palm and fingers. Image source: FineArtAmerica (1, 2)
Dexterous hand (from OpenAI’s blog)
Stretch in action (source: youtube)

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