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US Students Prepare for Robotic Football Championshipi
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Zlatica Hoke
June 15, 2014 11:03 PM
Football fever will continue in Brazil next month when robotic teams from around the world will gather there seeking to win their own championship. Zlatica Hoke reports that, in preparation, U.S. technology students at the University of Pennsylvania are "coaching" a team of robots with a goal of winning a fourth consecutive victory at the international event known as the RoboCup.

US Students Prepare for Robotic Football Championship

Zlatica Hoke

Published June 15, 2014

Football fever will continue in Brazil next month when robotic teams from around the world will gather there seeking to win their own championship. Zlatica Hoke reports that, in preparation, U.S. technology students at the University of Pennsylvania are "coaching" a team of robots with a goal of winning a fourth consecutive victory at the international event known as the RoboCup.


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