The robot soccer world cup is underway in Sydney, where five time champion team “rUNSWift" from the University of New South Wales will battle competitors from more than 30 countries for the world championship title.
The competition aims to test the limits of artificial intelligence and robotics.
Professor Claude Sammut is chair of the RoboCup organising committee and mentors the team.
He says the robot teams are autonomous on the field, spending months to years training before the tournament.
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