Artificial Intelligence Behind Home Plate, Name and Likeness Double Dipping

I’ve reached the point where I would like to have artificial intelligence as the judge and jury of pro sports. Computer systems are supposed to be able to take over tasks that are performed by humans. Far be it from to decide who should become unemployed in their profession, but something has to change when it comes to the act of enforcing rules. I came to this conclusion after watching the strike zone the last couple of World Series games. Nothing is consistent when it comes to the human element. “The strike zone is the first area that is ripe for AI”, said my friend Drew, who works in the Artificial Intelligence industry. “AI is instantaneous, it could never do pass interference, etc. those are judgement calls, we’re a ways from that”. Let’s find out sooner than later…

So when a college football player is getting paid for his name and likeness for the first three seasons at a University  and he transfers to another school does he get paid again for his name and likeness? What happens to the money from his first school? Does it go into a 401K? Can a player double dip on colleges for name and likeness? 

So if Jayden Daniels wants to go to the barber shop on Tuesday nights to get his hair cut and the barber wants to pack his shop with people, he can pay Jayden Daniels to sit in his chair. There’s not going to be annnnnnnyyyyyyy problems with what the NCAA announced on Tuesday…

The Suns are just a couple of points away from  4-0. About the only surprise to me is Mikal Bridges isn’t seeing much court time. Remember, before thinking it’s all turned around with our hero’s on the hardwood, It’s been nine years there was a playoff game in Phoenix…

New Coyotes owner Alex Meruelo hasn’t had to deal with the four game losing streak. His hockey team deserves more butts in the seats…

 

 

 

Media personality Brad Cesmat first rose to fame in Southern California with the launching of "The Mighty 690" all-sports radio station in the late 1980's and early 90's. Brad came to Arizona in 1993 to begin a 10-year run at KTAR Radio followed by nine years at KTVK-TV in Phoenix. Brad is the Founder/ CEO of Sports360AZ.com. His vision of multi platform content marketing through sports began in September of 2011. Cesmat has served on the Advisory Board for the Salvation Army for the last 18 years. He and his wife Chris have four children.