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​The Big Picture: A Robot writing the Torah in longhand

15
Jul
2014

A robot arm in the Berlin Jewish Museum is hard at work, carefully inking thousands of Hebrew letters on an 80-meter (260-foot) scroll. In about three months, it will have transcribed the entire Torah by hand, a process that normally takes Jewish scribes about a year. The robots penmanship is delicate and exact, but its work is merely an exhibit: the completed work wont be considered holy.

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