Tech & Science Daily: How AI at Wimbledon helps fans this summer

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New AI technology is being used to help tennis fans better enjoy Wimbledon this year.

The All England Tennis Club have teamed up with IBM to collect and combine data for fans, coaches and players, using tech like Hawkeye.

It’s designed to give more information for those who can’t attend the matches.

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The McMurty Spéirling car beat the record set in 1999 by a racing driver in an F1 car.

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