A robot has been detained by police at a political rally in Moscow, with authorities attempting to handcuff the machine. The rally was for Valery Kalachev, a candidate for the Russian Parliament, who had rented the robot for his campaign.
A robot was arrested by Russian police at a political rally. This rally was for Valery Kalachev, he is a candidate for the Russian Parliament. According to reports, Kalachev had rented the robot for his campaign. This incident took place in Moscow, where the police handcuffed the robot. When asked about the arrest police did not confirm anything yet.
The local media was reporting about the campaign said that the cops were called because the robot was “recording voters’ opinions on a variety of topics for further processing and analysis by the candidate’s team”. This robot is called by a name Promobot by the cops and a Promobot representative stated his opinion about the arrest saying “perhaps this action wasn’t authorised”. Later another spokesman added that the police did every possible thing to handcuff it.
A robot was featured by Mr. Kalachev at previous campaign stops. In the month of June, another promobot model was taught to move around on its own, but when a worker reportedly left a gate open this promobot escaped and headlined then news. From reports, this robot made two breaks for freedom from the scientific research lab located in Moscow.
The BBC reported that the “Promobot travelled to a nearby street, stopping when its battery ran out”. When this happened this robot caused destruction on roads after getting halfway across the road.
This incident took place halfway across the highway where the robot was out for more than an hour causing destruction as vehicles tried to manoeuvre their way around it just to stop it from causing any further destruction. recently Promobot was seen travelling around Siberia with an emulator installed on its operating system trying to play Pokemon Go. But these incidents can have consequences if not handled properly.
Recently Promobot was seen travelling around Siberia with an emulator installed on its operating system trying to play Pokemon Go.