Wimbledon 2023: Tennis whites, Pimm's and IBM AI

AI is finding new data and new insights – but pronouncing ‘Djokovic’ has been a struggle

Tom Allen
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Wimbledon 2023: Tennis whites, Pimm's and IBM AI

IBM’s Data Bunker, underneath Wimbledon, is a compact but important part of the world’s most prestigious tennis tournament.

Tennis has come a long way from the early days of Wimbledon, more than 140 years ago. The game is faster, more professional and much more expensive: big money is on the line. With that in mind, ...

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