A.I. foosball-table

Some students (computer engineering) at the Brigham Young University created an artificial intelligence foosball-table which is able to beat human foosball-players. The software tracks with the help of a camera (positioned over the table) the ball and operates the rods and players – and behaves like a human player: It anticipates, kicks and even scores.

This project impressively shows that computers do have the chance to assume human tasks – and sometimes operate much more faster.

More information: https://news.byu.edu

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