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  • University of Miami's soccer-playing robots get ready for the RoboCup U.S. Open

    The RoboCanes are bringing a brand new kick to the soccer pitch in 2017. The University of Miami graduate students program artificially intelligent robots to play soccer and face off against teams from around the world. Watch the U.S. Open for 2017 at UM on April 28 and 29.

The RoboCanes are bringing a brand new kick to the soccer pitch in 2017. The University of Miami graduate students program artificially intelligent robots to play soccer and face off against teams from around the world. Watch the U.S. Open for 2017 at UM on April 28 and 29. Edited by Pierre Taylor ptaylor@miamiherald.com
The RoboCanes are bringing a brand new kick to the soccer pitch in 2017. The University of Miami graduate students program artificially intelligent robots to play soccer and face off against teams from around the world. Watch the U.S. Open for 2017 at UM on April 28 and 29. Edited by Pierre Taylor ptaylor@miamiherald.com

Can soccer robots beat World Cup team? Not yet ... but maybe someday

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