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Aiming to play soccer at the Robo Cup, just like people wil in the World Cup in Brazil this year, these little huma...
Aiming to play soccer at the Robo Cup, just like people wil in the World Cup in Brazil this year, these little humanoid robots boast artificial intelligence and hope to be fully autonomous by 2050. Trent Houliston, PhD student in robotics engineering at the University of Newcastle, says, “The idea is to actually improve robotics in general but the actual goal of the Robo Cup is to by 2050 have the current human FIFA world champions play a team of robots and have the robots hopefully win.”
What's impressive is that these robots can see the soccer ball thanks to a technology used in diagnostics to identify cancer.