Need a better physics engine for my AI robotics

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video-> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6HnMPvNpEP0 ai good - physics poor.
Summary: video-> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6HnMPvNpEP0 ai good - physics poor.

Ive stumbled apon an easy way to get a robot going with a gpu. I just treat it like a linear search and cap it off at the size of the gpu, and I get to brute force a good 3 steps in front.

Only problem is, my physics engine is terrible, and its walking unrealisticly, because the physics is unrealistic.

Im aware this is a motorized ragdoll system, theres good basic stuff on the internet, but I need some clues to how to get things properly realistic.

The body is a complex pendulum, but i need more than how it swings, I need to collide with things, and also have it motorized.

Any body with any help for me? This could be amazing if I get it better.
 

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