Wimbledon: IBM’s AI uses player emotions to edit highlights

The emotional reactions of top tennis players at Wimbledon will determine which highlights fans get to watch, and how quickly they are available.

Wimbledon and its digital partner IBM have fine-tuned their artificial intelligence (AI) systems this year to help automatically edit the top action.

With an average of three matches per court, per day, video from matches can add up to hundreds of hours of footage.

AI-analysis uses crowd noise, player actions and match data to edit video.

Those video clips are then provided to the organizer of Wimbledon, the All England Lawn Tennis Club, for uploading on its official website, apps, and social media channels.

Source: Radio Pakistan

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Wimbledon: IBM’s AI uses player emotions to edit highlights

The emotional reactions of top tennis players at Wimbledon will determine which highlights fans get to watch, and how quickly they are available.

Wimbledon and its digital partner IBM have fine-tuned their artificial intelligence (AI) systems this year to help automatically edit the top action.

With an average of three matches per court, per day, video from matches can add up to hundreds of hours of footage.

AI-analysis uses crowd noise, player actions and match data to edit video.

Those video clips are then provided to the organizer of Wimbledon, the All England Lawn Tennis Club, for uploading on its official website, apps, and social media channels.

Source: Radio Pakistan

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