Amazon Web Services’ machine learning technology has been applied to deliver real-time analysis on European football (soccer) matches. Germany’s premier national football league is employing AI and machine learning — backed up by analytics, compute, database, and storage services in the cloud. Real-time data “provides a level of understanding commentators and fans could previously only speculate about, like the probability of making an attempted shot, the pass strength of a given team, and even which players are pressured the most often,” according to the report. A single match produces approximately 3.6 million unique events, AWS reports. Each stadium in the league is equipped with about 20 position-tracking cameras. “Deep learning-powered computer vision . . .