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Robot soccer team wins U.S. Open

Robot soccer team wins U.S. Open
nao-humanoid-robotThe UT Austin Villa robot soccer team won the RoboCup U.S. Open, the first U.S. Open using humanoid robots and the first time The University of Texas at Austin team has placed first in a RoboCup league using real robots.

In the finals, the team beat Penn, Carnegie Mellon and Bowdoin on their rise to the top.

The UT Austin Villa team is led by computer scientist Peter Stone. It is a joint team between the university and Texas Tech University, where Stone’s former student Mohan Sridharan is an assistant professor.

The team will progress to the international competition in June.

Watch the team score goals on YouTube:
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