A survey on the use of Artificial Intelligence for injury prediction in sports

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Tedesco, Salvatore
Scheurer, Sebastian
Brown, Kenneth N.
Hennessy, Liam
O'Flynn, Brendan
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Artificial Intelligence (AI) could play a significant role in injury prediction in sports due to its capabilities to detect and identify hidden patterns across multi-modal heterogeneous data sources. This paper aims at providing an up-to-date survey of the state-of-the-art in machine learning for injury predictions in sports. Finally, a number of considerations have been also drawn to discuss about the future research challenges required to be tackled to move this field forward.
Soft sensors , Conferences , Stars , Machine learning , Injuries , Sports
Tedesco, S., Scheurer, S., Brown, K. N., Hennessy, L. and O'Flynn, B. (2022) 'A survey on the use of artificial intelligence for injury prediction in sports', 2022 IEEE International Workshop on Sport, Technology and Research (STAR), Trento - Cavalese, Italy, 6-8 July, pp. 127-131. doi: 10.1109/STAR53492.2022.9859939
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