Artificial Intelligence In NBA Basketball

(Inside Science) -- Growing up, Rachel Marty would spend hours shooting hoops on her driveway with her dad. Sometimes, a talking computer joined them. In the early years, Marty's dad connected a laptop to a camera, placed them on a cart, and rolled it out onto the street's edge where he surrounded it with traffic cones. From about 25 feet away, the camera could capture the arc of the ball as Marty shot. And with each shot, the computer would announce the angle of the ball's trajectory as it crossed the plane of the hoop. READ MORE ON: INSIDE SCIENCE

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