Amid big tech’s fight to dominate general intelligence, there remans an opportunity for specialist AI companies with exclusive access to high-quality data to create unique, industry specific benefits, writes Andy Marston for Sports Pundit
AI-based risk detection and recommendation platform will continue to support medical and physio teams in athlete performance management until 2026.
While AI is a long way from selecting the team or replacing a coach, its ability to process large sets of data in rapid time, means that if properly trained on the right data, it could help a bowling coach and a bowler to make a better-informed decision about their involvement in training and matches.
Rich Buchanan was joined on the Zone7 Performance Podcast by Anton McElhone, former Head of Sports Science at Celtic FC, to discuss changes throughout his career, switching between football management and performance roles, and differences working under various managers and in various leagues
Rich Buchanan was joined on the Zone7 Performance Podcast by Dr Imtiaz Ahmad, Head of Medical and Performance at QPR FC, to discuss trends within sports medicine and performance, as well as organizational and workflow challenges that he has faced.
While Sevilla’s model of building out data informed technology solutions has had success to-date, the club, as well as any other individual club, is likely to run into a few critical issues when it comes to building out an AI-driven solution to address injury risk forecasting and workload management.
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As part of our special report with the Leaders Performance Institute, we interviewed Twenty First Group’s AJ Swoboda to discuss exactly how strategically applied data can shape organisational change.
As AI becomes increasingly embraced by insurers, Zone7 has the potential to be a protective measure for policyholders within the sports industry.