The Intertwine of Brain and Body: A Quantitative Analysis on How Big Data Influences the System of Sports
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Big data, artificial intelligence, data analytics, machine learning, neural networks are promising prospects in the industry right now and subsequently the posterity for the current technological landscape. Initially, we looked into the overwhelming amount of sectors it is involved in. In the auditing process, we were able to conclude; the sports industry seems to be one of the most promising applications of these modern technologies. Hence, this paper offers a deeper look into how the entire sports industry has been affected in a multi-faceted way. Not only, are the on field antics that have been impacted but also the business implications and immersion of fans. The following is a comprehensive review expanding on the aforementioned aspects.
KeywordsBig data Sports Analytics, artificial intelligence
The authors are grateful to Department of Chemical Engineering, School of Technology, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University and Indus University for permission to publish this research.
All the authors make substantial contribution in this manuscript. DP, DS and MS participated in drafting the manuscript. DP and DS wrote the main manuscript, all the authors discussed the results and implication on the manuscript at all stages.
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