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Could robots beat the World Cup winners by 2050?

Founded by a group of robotics scientists, the Robot Soccer World Cup or RoboCup has set itself an ambitious goal. "By the middle of the 21st Century, a team of fully autonomous humanoid robot ...

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Meet the winner of robotics’ World Cup - Technology Review

This was the soccer World Cup for adult-size robots. And it was won by a robot called NimbRo for the second year in succession. Unsurprisingly, NimbRo is German and represents a nation with a long...

Can football-playing robots beat the World Cup winners by ...

Founded by a group of robotics scientists, the Robot Soccer World Cup or RoboCup has set itself an ambitious goal. "By the middle of the 21st Century, a team of fully autonomous humanoid robot ...

Soccer Playing Robot Predicts the Euro Cup Winner | WIRED ...

Who better to predict the winner of this year's Euro Cup than a robot created by UCLA's Robotics and Mechanisms Lab (RoMeLa)?Special thanks to Dr. Dennis Hon...

Can football-playing robots beat the World Cup winners by 2050?

Among the teams that have competed in the RoboCup is Cyrus, a group of AI and robotics staff and students from Canada's Dalhousie University. With no physical tournament being held since 2019 due to coronavirus, in June Cyrus won an online event, RoboCup's Software League, where teams compete inside a computer game.

RoboCup Federation official website

RoboCup is an international scientific initiative with the goal to advance the state of the art of intelligent robots. When established in 1997, the original mission was to field a team of robots capable of winning against the human soccer World Cup champions by 2050.

RoboCup - Wikipedia

The formal RoboCup competition was preceded by the (often unacknowledged) first International Micro Robot World Cup Soccer Tournament (MIROSOT) held by KAIST in Taejon, Korea, in November 1996. This was won by an American team from Newton Labs, and the competition was shown on CNN. RoboCup was canceled in 2020 due to COVID-19.

Objective - RoboCup

The Dream. By the middle of the 21st century, a team of fully autonomous humanoid robot soccer players shall win a soccer game, complying with the official rules of FIFA, against the winner of the most recent World Cup. We propose that this goal will be one of the grand challenges shared by the robotics and AI communities for the next 50 years.

‘Get the f*ck away from them’ – Neville in fresh ‘robots ...

GOAL50 2021: Messi and Putellas crowned winners after historic fan vote The PSG forward edged rival Cristiano Ronaldo to claim the men's prize, while the Barcelona star claimed a landslide victory...

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