Teams and networks turning to the AI-driven platform even more
Artificial intelligence startup WSC Sports found a niche for its technology in the form of enabling sports leagues and teams to share video highlights to social platforms minutes after they take place.
But what happens when the games are put on hold?
“You don’t plan for a case where the sports world will just stop,” co-founder and CEO Daniel Shichman said. But that is exactly what began to happen when news broke March 11 that Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert had tested positive for the coronavirus, setting off a chain reaction that put professional and college sports in the U.S. on indefinite hold over the next two days.