Brest vs Paris Saint-Germain Live

Brest vs Paris Saint-Germain Live: Brest vs Paris Saint-Germain Live Stream Online, Paris Saint-Germain will be determined to avoid another shock defeat when they travel to newly-promoted side Brest on Saturday afternoon. The club’s last Ligue 1 outing ended in a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Dijon, who just a week before were themselves beaten by Brest, with the latter currently sitting ninth in the Ligue 1 table.

Chelsea’s midfield is banged up, with anchor Jorginho suspended for yellow card accumulation while N’Golo Kante has yet to return from a nagging ankle problem and Mason Mount‘s status is questionable after hobbling off in pain against Ajax midweek. Kante was an unused substitute against Ajax and could be in contention to start in place of Jorginho, but it has been a month since his last appearance and the French international has made just three league starts all year. In addition, Ross Barkley was confirmed to miss the match as the midfield continues to lose bodies.

Still, that seems the only thing in the way of the Blues at the moment, with the club riding high after its wild Champions League comeback midweek that saw them erase a 4-1 second-half deficit and very nearly find the winning stroke. With five straight wins in Premier League play on top of that, this Chelsea team is firing on all cylinders. They have scored 13 goals in those five league victories, and have scored 19 goals in eight matches across all competitions since the start of October.

Meanwhile, Crystal Palace has struggled through a brutal October schedule and hopes the turn to November will lift its fortunes. The Eagles have failed to win over its last three league games, with losses to Manchester City and Leicester City plus a draw with Arsenal. Now Palace draws Chelsea on the road before a home date with Liverpool rounds out an absolutely ruthless five-game stretch.

Conference competition is vital right now in women’s college soccer so we’re going to break down the final week of the regular season, conference by conference. Teams across the country are trying to build momentum, compete for their conference crowns and finalize their resumes prior to when the NCAA Division I Women’s Soccer Committee reveals the 64-team field at 4:30 p.m. ET on Monday, Nov. 11.

Thirty-one teams will automatically make the 64-team field by winning their conferences. Most conferences, with the exception of the Ivy League, Pac-12 and West Coast Conference, will determine their automatic qualifier via conference tournaments that play out this week. For the three conferences that do not have tournaments, their automatic qualifier is determined by whichever team tops the standings after the final match of the regular season. Thirty-three teams will receive at-large bids.If you’ve ever wondered what the robot apocalypse would look like, look no further than what unfolded on the lawn outside of MIT’s Building 10 this week. There, on the grassy Killian Court, a spectacle unfolded that will likely become commonplace once AI-powered robots rise up and enslave their human masters.

A total of nine of MIT’s “Mini Cheetah” bots took to the leaf-littered lawn to play a bit of soccer. If you can ignore the intense fear building up in your gut right now, the whole thing is actually kind of adorable.
The impromptu event is documented in a number of videos from onlookers that were then published to Twitter. In the clips you’ll see the pint-sized bots stretching their legs, performing backflips, and eventually going head-to-head in a casual game of soccer. It’s all very cute and terribly frightening.As you can easily tell by the large group of people holding big R/C remotes, these bots are being manually controlled. Like their larger counterparts, these small robots don’t have brains of their own. Development of lifelike robotics systems has long been separated from the work being done on artificial intelligence, though both are often mentioned in the same breath.

Some robots, like the humanoid Atlas bot from Boston Dynamics, can control themselves and perform some very basic tasks. That’s a big first step, but as with these Mini Cheetahs, we’re not to a point where a team of such robots could be unleashed on a soccer field without being directly controlled by humans.

We’ll get there, of course. Eventually, robotic systems will be married with artificial intelligence in new and surprising ways. It’ll be at that point that we’ll have to decide whether to cut the cord or keep them on a leash.

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