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Artificial Intelligence in Sports: Data Analysis to Enhance Training

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Efrén Mesías Palacios Zumba ,
Efrén Mesías Palacios Zumba

Universidad Central del Ecuador. Quito, Ecuador.

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Vicente Anderson Aguinda Cajape ,
Vicente Anderson Aguinda Cajape

Universidad Técnica de Machala. Machala, Ecuador.

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Jorge Luis Serrano Aguilar ,
Jorge Luis Serrano Aguilar

Universidad Técnica de Machala. Machala, Ecuador.

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Liliana Elizabeth Villagomez Arias ,
Liliana Elizabeth Villagomez Arias

Unidad Educativa Comunitaria Intercultural Bilingüe Kitu kara. Quito, Ecuador.

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Zoila Esther Realpe Zambrano ,
Zoila Esther Realpe Zambrano

Universidad Técnica del Norte. Ibarra, Ecuador

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Jaime Reinaldo Ramírez Guamán ,
Jaime Reinaldo Ramírez Guamán

Unidad educativa "Dr. José María Velasco Ibarra”. Quito, Ecuador.

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Richar Jacobo Posso Pacheco ,
Richar Jacobo Posso Pacheco

Ministerio de Educación. Quito, Ecuador.

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Abstract

The objective of this article was to explore the role of artificial intelligence in the field of sports, focusing on data analysis to enhance training. A literature review was conducted to examine different artificial intelligence algorithms to identify patterns and trends that enable the application of effective and personalized training strategies. Additionally, practical and ethical implications of using artificial intelligence in sports were discussed, along with potential future directions for interdisciplinary research and sports development. In conclusion, the transformative potential of artificial intelligence in sports is revealed, emphasizing its ability to personalize training and enhance athlete performance.

 

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Palacios Zumba EM, Aguinda Cajape VA, Serrano Aguilar JL, Villagomez Arias LE, Realpe Zambrano ZE, Ramírez Guamán JR, Posso Pacheco RJ. Artificial Intelligence in Sports: Data Analysis to Enhance Training. Interdisciplinary Rehabilitation / Rehabilitacion Interdisciplinaria [Internet]. 2024 Apr. 29 [cited 2024 May 30];4:85. Available from: https://ri.saludcyt.ar/index.php/ri/article/view/85

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