The Automated Future of Sports Analysis
Saturday, March 12
3:30PM - 4:30PM
98 San Jacinto Blvd
The robot sports analyst has arrived, powered by data from historical records, game logs, play-by-play records, and athlete tracking technologies. Today algorithms write real and fantasy sports stories that sound human. Soon sports data will collide with algorithmic advances to push automated sports analysis along several paths. This collision expands reach by helping analysts, leagues, and teams provide otherwise unattainable insights, it expands the breadth of coverage by sourcing every game and player for sports with small audiences, and it fuels deeper sports content thanks to player tracking and motion capture.
Chief Technology Officer
Darryl joined STATS in 2015 and leads STATS’ product development and product management functions. Darryl joined from Vista Consulting Group, prior to which he held key engineering and product mana...Show the rest
Chief Prod Officer
Joe Procopio is the Chief Product Officer of automated content pioneer Automated Insights, having been there from the very beginnings of the company.
Joe is also a serial entrepreneur, investor...Show the rest