Artificial intelligence helped the AFL champions end a 62-year famine, but will we ever see it in GAA?

IT WAS A drought Mayo fans could relate to. On the same day Dublin squeezed past Stephen Rochford’s men to retain the All-Ireland title last October, the Western Bulldogs ended a 62-year famine when they claimed their first AFL Premiership since 1954. But unlike Mayo, the Bulldogs hadn’t been competing at the top table quite as consistently. They hadn’t even made it to a Grand Final since 1961. It was a fairytale end to a magical story for the team based in the inner-western suburbs of Melbourne, Victoria. The Bulldogs only finished seventh in the AFL ladder but they dominated the finals series right up to their 22 point Grand Final win over Sydney. Source: AFL Head coach Luke Beveridge and his players rightly took the plaudits for delivering only second Premiership cup in the…


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