What’s coming up at #RoboCup2023?

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03 July 2023

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This year, RoboCup will be held in Bordeaux, from 4-10 July. The event will see around 2500 participants, from 45 different countries take part in competitions, training sessions, and a symposium. You can see the schedule for the week here.

The leagues and their competitions

The league competitions will take place on 6-9 July. You can find out more about the different leagues at these links:


The RoboCup symposium will take place on 10 July. The programme can be found here.

There will be three keynote talks:

  • Cynthia Breazeal, Social Robots: Reflections and Predictions of Our Future Relationship with Personal Robots
  • Ben Moran and Guy Lever, Learning Agile Soccer Skills for a Bipedal Robot with Deep Reinforcement Learning
  • Laurence Devillers, Socio-affective robots: ethical issues

Find out more at the event website.


Lucy Smith is Managing Editor for AIhub.
Lucy Smith is Managing Editor for AIhub.

AIhub is a non-profit dedicated to connecting the AI community to the public by providing free, high-quality information in AI.
AIhub is a non-profit dedicated to connecting the AI community to the public by providing free, high-quality information in AI.

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