Sam Robertson - Analytics to improve skill acquisition and how to evaluate usable technologies
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Sam Robertson is a professor of Sports Analytics at Victoria University and its consulting, learning & implementation arm Track. His research interests focus on the application of machine learning to sports problems and improving decision-making through analytics.
This episode focuses on sports performance and skill acquisition in particular. How can technology and machine learning be applied to improve athletes? And perhaps even more important, how can this technology be evaluated from an end-user perspective? And how can we make products usable and implement them correctly?
The following topics are tackled:
- The field of sports analytics & key insights of his own research
- Skill acquisition in the sports world & how technology can help with this
- How is sports technology validated from an end-user perspective?
- How can sports technology be designed in a user-friendly way and be implemented correctly?
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