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GIST’s AI Badminton Team Achieves Runner-Up in International Competition, Introduces High-Accuracy Model

GIST, runner-up in the international AI badminton competition… Introducing a model with high accuracy

The Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST, President Lim Ki-cheol) announced on the 17th that the team led by Professor Kim Seung-joon of the School of Convergence Technology (AI) won the runner-up at the ‘AI Badminton Competition 2023’ hosted by the International Artificial Intelligence (AI) Society.

Founded in 1969, the International AI Association (IJCAI) is a leading society in AI research in the world, and is known as the world’s best society in terms of paper citations and influence.

The ‘Bad Min-seok’ team, formed by master’s student Seong Min-woo and Oh Jeong-seok, took second place out of a total of 17 teams in the competition held for about two months from April, and will present its research results at the International AI Society to be held from the 19th. .

The category in which the research team won runner-up was ‘Battle Prediction in Badminton Single Rally’. The goal is to accurately predict the future hitting method and the ball’s landing location based on rally data, such as the four hitting methods first observed in the badminton single rally and the ball’s location.

The badminton team said, “Based on the experience and data of participating in this competition, we plan to produce a ‘badminton coaching system’ using artificial intelligence.” ” he said.

This research, led by Professor Seungjun Kim and conducted by Master’s student Seong Min-woo and integrated student Jeong-seok Oh, was supported by the GIST-Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) International Cooperation Project and the Ministry of Science and ICT’s Broadcasting and Communication Development Fund (Metabus Lab Support Project). It was done.

The research team is conducting ‘Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) + AI Convergence Research’ for human-centered physical system design in the ‘AI International Cooperation Project’, which will be held for five years from 2021 to 2025 with MIT.

Gwangju = Reporter Kim Han-shik [email protected]

2023-08-16 23:32:25
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