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Alan Turing is known as inventor of the Turing Machine, the master codebreaker during the Second World War at Bletchley Park, and the originator of the Turing test used to assess the performance level of a conversing AI. On 15. November 2014, the Loebner Prize Competition, the oldest running Turing-test competition, was held for the first time ever at Bletchley Park, where it will be taking place in the future. The RoboCup team of the University of Hertfordshire was invited to give a demonstration of its RoboCup Kidsize team at this opportunity.This confluence is particularly unique: the Loebner Prize Turing Award "coming home" to the original location of Turing's historic work being co-located with RoboCup, whose Grand Challenge can be seen as an embodied non-verbal form of Turing test. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ajirl5hqi4mel2n/AAB098lKIkVrX9MbuJrEhG5ha?dl=0
The RoboCup Federation is pleased to announce that the 19th RoboCup competitions and scientific symposium will take place from July 17th to 23rd, 2015, at the Anhui International Conference & Exhibition Center, Hefei, China. After RoboCups in Europe (2013) and South America (2014) the RoboCup community is excited to return to Asia in 2015.