Microsoft Machine Learning Event: Discussion on new Tech

Microsoft machine learning event talks about a technology which helps sportsmen to grow and improve. Don’t forget the mention of India’s master blaster Sachin Tendulkar.

Microsoft Machine Learning Event

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The multinational technology company organised a Microsoft Machine Learning event. Javagal Srinath, the former Indian Cricketer was one of the panellists of the event held. Emphasising on the gravity of technology in the famous game of cricket he said that understanding the data and analysis of it made it easier for Sachin Tendulkar to ace in his career.

The event actually exhibited or demonstrated a new platform for the developers to assimilate various frameworks such as the form of the two teams playing, classification of the ground, weather forecast, playing conditions and other factors in order to estimate target results.

Former cricketer firmly believed and said:

“Sachin Tendulkar had once said his career was extended due to the use of technology. It made him find a solution based on quick feedback which helped him correct his mistakes, mostly batting mistakes.”

Former cricketer Aakash Chopra also being a part of the panelists opined that promoting technology in the game of Cricket would help teams in achieving success. Further, he also added, “In the 90s the coaches were skeptical to even try out simple techniques such as video analysis or wagon wheel.”

According to the company, the primary focus shall also be laid on the government concentrated projects and farming. Microsoft also wants to extend its resources toward education plans from Andhra Pradesh to Punjab.

This learning technology shall be operated in a manner that it helps different sports teams to grow. In order to track player manoeuvre, the Zebra American football team in NFL uses artificial intelligence. This is all done to refine the potential of the players. A few of the teams under NASCAR support this technology.

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