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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