It took a YouTuber's computer 2,700 hours to solve a massive digital Rubik's cube that would be as tall as the Burj Khalifa in reality.
The builders say the robot wasn't even working at full capacity.
This is the ASMR we needed today.
It’s like the HAL-9000, but with less homicidal mania and more interest in Rubik’s Cubes.
World champion speedcuber Feliks Zemdegs shares the secret to his craft.
The machines want our games as well as our jobs.
Cheating or winning?
The machine unscrambled the puzzle in less than 2 seconds.