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What’s coming up at RoboCup 2022?

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07 July 2022



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ROboCup 2022

RoboCup 2022 will take place in Bangkok, Thailand, from 13-17 July. The event will see around 1500 participants, from 39 different countries take part in competitions and a symposium. You can see the schedule for the week here.

The leagues

You can find the competition schedules specific to each of the different leagues at these links:

Symposium

The RoboCup symposium will take place on 17 July. The programme can be found here.

There will be four keynote speakers:

  • Satoshi Tadokoro, Search in Rubble Piles – ImPACT Tough Robotics Challenge
  • Angelica Lim, Social Signals in the Wild: Multimodal Machine Learning for Human-Robot Interaction
  • Manukid Parnichkun, Driverless Car Technologies
  • Mary-Anne Williams, Emotional and Social Intelligence in Human-Robot Collaboration

Find out more at the event website.



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Lucy Smith , Managing Editor for AIhub.
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