After Go, Developers Are Now Building AI To Beat Us at Soccer

After Google’s AlphaGo artificial intelligence bested our best Go player, South Korea is now setting its sights on making AI that can play soccer. From a report: Hosted by the Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology (KAIST), the AI World Cup will see university students across South Korea developing AI programs to compete in a series of online games, reported The Korea Times. The prelims will begin in November. “The football matches will be conducted in a five on five tournament,” a KAIST spokesperson told the publication on Tuesday. “Each of the five AI-programmed players in such positions as striker, defender and goalkeeper will compete with their counterparts.”


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