AI to make offside calls at 2022 World Cup

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FIFA, the international governing body of association football,* has announced it will use AI-powered cameras to help referees make offside calls at the 2022 World Cup.

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FIFA World Cup 2022 offside calls to be guided by automated technology in Qatar

FIFA World Cup 2022 Stadiums

The semi-automated system consists of a sensor in the ball that relays its position on the field 500 times a second, and 12 tracking cameras mounted underneath the roof of stadiums, which use machine learning to track 29 points in players’ bodies.

FIFA World Cup 2022

EXPLAINED: FIFA's new high technology for offside calls at 2022 Qatar World Cup

Qatar 2022 will be the first FIFA men's World Cup to use semi-automated offside technology in an effort to improve the speed and accuracy of decisions.

Semi-automated offside technology approved by FIFA for 2022 World Cup

World Cup 2022: Qatar tournament to feature semi-automated offside technology with ball sensors and cameras

FIFA will observe gamers’ our bodies utilizing AI to make offside calls at 2022 World Cup

FIFA World Cup  Qatar 2022