Statistical Modeling, Artificial Intelligence and Particle Physics: What Will Football of the Future Look Like?

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May 23, 2018

Statistical modelling, artificial intelligence and particle physics: What will football of the future look like?

It sounds simple on paper. “Say we had the historical data on Bayern Munich – which we do – you could then create the model for when Bayern Munich won the Champions League.” Paul Power, an AI scientist at STATS, is talking about a technique called ‘ghosting’.

The Origin Of Throwing Programs + Mechanical Myth + Post-Rehab Throwing Advice

Source: Collegiate Baseball Magazine Published: September 2012 By: Alan Jaeger Why arms regressed when “rehab” programs became the protocol for healthy arms “Despite the value of the golden age of orthopedic surgeons, physical therapists, rehabilitation programs and strength and conditioning coaches, as an industry, since 1989, injuries are not going down” – Stan Conte, Senior Director of Medical Services, Los Angeles Dodgers It was the perfect storm.

Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority Can Hack Athlete Phones

The Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) recently inked a tech deal that enables it to bypass locks on smartphones to essentially hack athletes it suspects of doping. The organization, which tests athletes for illegal substance use and investigates those it believes are attempting to use drugs to enhance performance, struck a 12-month deal with Cellebrite valued at $12,780 in March to license a Universal Forensic Extraction Device (UFED), according to a disclosure .

Smart Sleeve – Cricket Wearable for Detecting Illegal Bowling Action

As we know that there is a rule in the International Cricket Council (ICC) that arm of the bowler could not swing more than 15 degrees while he is bowling. If that happens, his bowling action would be considered as illegal. This illegal action of bowling is either interpreted through umpire’s judgement or a detailed …

10 professional athlete-approved ways to mentally prepare for race day

When you commit to a race – whether it’s a 5K, an ultramarathon, an Olympic-distance triathlon, or a high-speed criterium – you also commit to putting in the physical work and training to get to the start line healthy.

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