Japan-based information technology and services company NTT said this year's Tour de France will incorporate ChatGPT and "the world's largest connected stadium."
The connected stadium establishes a digital twin of the race using real-time data, to help the Amaury Sports Organization better understand goings-on in support of seamless operation.
NTT will use geolocation and sensors on each bike to capture a continuous flow of data broadcast over radio networks to race vehicles before a microwave signal transmits it to the race's destination, where an edge-computing device will operate a "containerized version" of a real-time analytics platform.
ChatGPT also will provide information to fans via an integration within NTT's artificial intelligence-driven Digital Human solution called Marianne.
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