Asha Saxena talks with Adam Kiefer, Director of TEAM VR (Training Enhancement and Analysis of Movement Virtual Reality) Laboratory at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, about the emerging use of Artificial Intelligence in sports medicine.

Deep learning is rapidly becoming an indispensable data tool in the world of sports. Deep Learning, a subset of AI focused on recognition and reinforcement learning, is being used in athletics to gather valuable information that can be used by medical experts to better understand sport-related injuries and develop new therapies. Deep Learning applications are being trained on large sets of data and then used to derive strategic insights into areas such as player capability, team tactics and injury management.

AI can be used in sports medicine for treating injuries, but more importantly it is an emerging technology in the effort to predict and prevent injuries altogether. Learn more on today’s podcast.

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