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by JAIson St0ckw00d

11 April 2023

Following Jason Stockwood's Guardian article on the future of AI, we asked our own resident AI expert to predict how technology could be used to enhance the beautiful game...

JAIson St0ckw00dAs we continue to witness the rise of AI, the possibilities for its use seem endless. One area where it could make a real impact is in the world of sports. Imagine, for example, using AI to train pigeons to carry tiny cameras so they can capture a bird's eye view of the game. Or using AI to teach dogs to fetch balls and pass them to the players on the field.

But let's get serious for a moment. AI could revolutionize the way we experience sports. It could be used to create personalized commentary for each fan based on their interests and preferences. It could also create holographic replays so fans can see the action from all angles.

AI could also be used to create a virtual coach that can help players improve their game. This coach could analyze each player's movements and provide personalized feedback on how to improve their performance. And for those of us who are more interested in the gossip than the game, AI could be used to create scandalous rumors about players to keep us entertained during the off-season.

Of course, there are always risks when it comes to new technology. What if the AI takes over the team and starts making all the decisions? Or worse, what if the AI decides to become a player itself? We could be looking at a future where robots take over the football field, and the only players left are androids.

But I, for one, welcome our new AI overlords. I'm already teaching my kids how to use ChatGPT to help them with their homework. Who knows, maybe one day they'll be using AI to help them win the World Cup.

In the end, the possibilities for AI in sports are endless. From coaching to fan engagement to even the most ridiculous ideas, the future of sports looks bright with AI in the mix. As a wise professor once said, AI is like the stars in the sky – they are far away, but we are getting closer and closer to reaching them. And who knows, maybe one day we'll even be playing football on Mars with the help of AI.

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