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Stats Perform Highlights Award-Winning Advancements in AI Research and Product Application in New AI in Sport Series

October 28, 2020

London, UK & Chicago, US – October 28, 2020 – Stats Perform, the SportsTech leader in data and AI technology, today launches the all-new AI in Sport Series to cast a spotlight on the research and technology that is driving the latest sports solutions to bring about a new era in sports intelligence.

The AI in Sport Series will include four virtual sessions that highlight how AI maximizes the value of its deep, trusted sports database. Series sessions include:

  • Session 1: AI in Sports – A general overview (Today, October 28 – 9 a.m. CST / 3:00 p.m. BST)
  • Session 2: AI in Basketball (November 24 – 9 a.m. CST / 3:00 p.m. BST)
  • Session 3: AI in Soccer (Date Upcoming)
  • Session 4: AI in Tennis (Date Upcoming)

The sessions will include real applications of AI in sports driven by Stats Perform “Qwinn,” the intelligent sports brain that drives all of Stats Perform’s products by transforming its rich sports data into advanced predictions and insights. These capabilities enhance all major facets of the sports industry, be that for digital and broadcast media with differentiated storytelling, tech companies with reliable and fast data, sportsbooks with in-play and integrity services, or teams with first-of-its-kind match analysis software.

“For more than five years, Stats Perform has been applying its research and innovation into our product sets, publishing more than 20 papers in peer-reviewed journals and conference paper showcases and winning several awards” said Dr. Patrick Lucey Chief AI Scientist at Stats Perform. “The AI Series gives us a chance to walk through real, patented applications of AI today and where our research is headed for the future of sports.”

As part of the series, Stats Perform will also be making an anonymized tracking dataset and Live Win Probability dataset available through AWS Data Exchange. Open registration for the AI in Sport Series is available through the link here.