Currently, there is plenty of research showing the correlation between practicing sports and health. However, using big data and artificial intelligence, this raw data can be transformed into information and knowledge, thus allowing for a better understanding of how sports can benefit citizens as well as for supporting smart decision making among organizations in the sports and health sectors.
The2020 Workshop on “Sports and Health Analytics Research”, organized in October, gathered around 20 experts and researchers from different disciplines to share knowledge regarding the application of data science and analytics research to the sports and health sector integrating a gender perspective.
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