By Chen Yingqi (chinadaily.com.cn) Updated: 2015-07-23 17:23
The referee issues a yellow card to a robot player during the final of the Middle Size League. [Photo by Zhu Lixin/ China Daily]
Beijing Information Science and Technology University overcame warnings from the referee to defeat Eindhoven University of Technology from the Netherlands in the Middle Size League final at the 19th RoboCup World Championships in Hefei, capital of East China's Anhui province on Wednesday.
A total 175 teams from 47 countries and regions took part in the five-day event.
Both finalists were shown yellow cards as their machines collided with opponents harder than necessary.
Action is needed after both finalists’ robots collided with their opponents showing unnecessary roughness. [Photo by Zhu Lixin/ China Daily]
Five commissioners of the RoboCup International Federation took on the Middle Size League champions, winning 3-1. Organizers believe robots will beat humans in a match before 2050. [Photo by Zhu Lixin/ China Daily]
A human player runs to defend against robot players. [Photo by Zhu Lixin/ China Daily]
Enthusiasts watch the final of the 2D Simulation League in which Wright Eagle from the University of Science and Technology of China defeated a joint team from Japan’s Fukuoka University and Osaka Prefecture University. [Photo by Zhang Duan/ Xinhua]
Carnegie Mellon University from the United States celebrates winning the Small Size League final, beating Qazvin Islamic Azad University from Iran. [Photo by Zhu Lixin/ China Daily]
On May 11, the Nature Publishing Group released Nature Publishing Index 2010 China, remarking “a dramatic rise in the quality of research being published by China”. University of Science and Technology of China is ranked 3rd of TOP 10 Institutions in Index 2010 China.
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