NFL’s Jerry Rice: How Big Data Has Changed Football


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The emergence of big data has changed football not just on the field but among fantasy football fans who are mining information previously only known to professionals. Technology from Intel is powering the dissemination of mass information in real time to devices in the hands of fans across the nation.   Jerry also suggests that instant gratification the information provides makes fans feel as they are a part of the game.   Technology is also powering on field decisions by providing hordes of information, derived from a host of applications, including field sensors, tendencies, wearable technology, and statistical analysis.

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