BYU students create foosball table with artificial intelligence

Having trouble viewing the video? Try disabling any ad blocking extensions currently running on your browser.PROVO — Concerns that artificial intelligence could overtake humans has spread to a new arena — the foosball table. For a school project, six computer engineering students at Brigham Young University worked together to make a foosball table that could bring heartbreak to humans who love to win tiny soccer games. By creating a software program that mimics human responses and reacts to foosball movements using robotic controls, the team successfully made a table that could best its masters. Photo: Jaren Wilkey/BYU “It’s becoming a challenge for us to beat the artificial intelligence,” student Nathan Warner said in a statement. “You think, ‘Oh yeah, humans ultimately should always be better than the computer,’ but we’re…


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