How Is Deep Learning Changing The World Of Sports?

 

 

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August 17, 2017

How Is Deep Learning Changing The World Of Sports?

How is deep learning affecting sports? originally appeared on Quora: the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world. Answer by Arjun Dutt, Director of Inception: Deep Learning & AI Startups at NVIDIA, on Quora: I don’t know about you, but I was not the most athletic kid growing up.

This Iowa mom changed genetic research and an Olympic athlete’s life

CLOSE Jill Viles’ life work has been finding out what medical condition left her with arms and legs like lifeless sticks. She is not a geneticist, but the 42-year-old Iowa wife and mother searched through medical libraries, traveled to conferences and pored over information on her computer to turn herself into a self-described DIY scientist who researchers say has influenced an entire field of study.

The Average Guy Who Spent 6,003 Hours Trying to Be a Professional Golfer

Dan McLaughlin reckons he’s sat down to compose the farewell post to the Dan Plan a hundred times. “I just don’t know what to write,” he says. Sitting in his spartan home in Portland, Oregon, McLaughlin is self-effacing and soft-spoken. He recently launched an artisanal soft-drink venture.

A Guide on Electrical Muscle Stimulation With Athletes – SimpliFaster

In the past, EMS was misunderstood and misused for a variety of reasons, including unclear and inconclusive research. But the last five years have witnessed a resurgence in EMS in sport, mainly due to its use by coaches and trainers Bill Knowles, Derek Hansen, and Henk Kraaijenhof.

Blast Motion, EXOS Use Data To Enhance Prep Baseball Players Training

Blast Motion, a company that provides sensor-based motion capture technology, has partnered with EXOS to provide high school baseball athletes at the EXOS Baseball Academy with a more data-driven, analytical approach to training. At the event, Blast Motion and EXOS will introduce real-time training insights and swing analytics Sept.

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