Beeble2003's question on Specification Gaming
I don't understand why anybody would try to specify "The red brick is on top of the blue brick" by "The height of the bottom of the red brick is equal to the height of the top of the blue brick." That's not what "on top of" means. OK, so I expected the robot to just hold the brick at the requested level, rather than flip it over but, still, that's just a dumb specification.
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