Could we one day see robot quarterbacks on the gridiron or automaton catchers behind home plate?
One guy thinks that could be pretty cool. Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll envisions a new world of sports where the athletes — helped through new technologies — don’t get hurt.
Speaking at the annual Postback mobile marketing conference in Seattle Thursday afternoon, Carroll mentioned a high-tech future of sports. Tune CEO Peter Hamilton asked the legendary football coach about the one technology that he’d like to see developed sooner.
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