The First Ever Pool Coaching Simulator

justnum

Billiards Improvement Research Projects Associate
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Practice your best comebacks and responses for AI players asking for coaching.

AI players range from limited hearing to outright obnoxious player requests.

Here is how it works:

Voice command Activate Pool Coaching Sim
Prepare Serious Scenarios
Scenario will begin on command "COACH"

AI player says "Should I play safe or go for the 3 rail kick, what do I do COACH?"
You provide a response verbally in English.
AI player responds with attitude. Move on to next scenario.
(It will filter for cursing and profanity and ... )
There is a list of words for coaching and there is a list of words not needed for coaching.

Your coaching review is a 70%. Try to practice the coaching phrases more.

Its time to create Pool's Greatest Coach. In College sports coach awards are annual.

Who in the WPA roster of federation coaches are worth talking about?

With Mosconi approaching a competent coach is needed?
 
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justnum

Billiards Improvement Research Projects Associate
Silver Member
Than what? Actually doing something other than dreaming?

Yes would be a lie.

I planned to sell it to pool players or coaches that want to practice their English.

I am involved in Education and self learning software is becoming popular especially with AI looming over big .EDU
 

David in FL

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I am involved in Education and self learning software is becoming popular especially with AI looming over big .EDU

Perhaps it would be better to try to apply self learning software to a subject that you're actually familiar with, rather than pool...

Just a thought.
 

justnum

Billiards Improvement Research Projects Associate
Silver Member
Your last invention was a piece of string taped to a pool ball. Now you want us to believe you can design AI computers. :ROFLMAO:

The demo is going to look worse than piece of string knotted in a lattice around the surface of ball forming a convex net.

If I use live footage, its a pool coaching with his phone app during a live coaching session and the review is 45%.

45% of the words were not coaching. They sell leagues, but the experiences vary wildly.
 

nataddrho

AzB Silver Member
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Even when you actually do make a real product you will get the same negative response from a lot of these clowns. They are miserable people with miserable lives. They have no idea what hard work is.

The others are very positive and worth getting their feedback.

Nothing wrong with ideas.

But also, execute. Ideas are great but they are cheap. Make prototypes.
 

ribdoner

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Even when you actually do make a real product you will get the same negative response from a lot of these clowns. They are miserable people with miserable lives. They have no idea what hard work is.

The others are very positive and worth getting their feedback.

Nothing wrong with ideas.

But also, execute. Ideas are great but they are cheap. Make prototypes.

clowns are funny, we all need humor in this day and age....right?

nummy, on the other hand, deserves his own sub-forum
 

Black-Balled

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Even when you actually do make a real product you will get the same negative response from a lot of these clowns. They are miserable people with miserable lives. They have no idea what hard work is.

The others are very positive and worth getting their feedback.

Nothing wrong with ideas.

But also, execute. Ideas are great but they are cheap. Make prototypes.
While the above might be applicable to some, it ain't accurate for j-dum...except for the plea at the end.

As you acknowledge, he's all talk.
 

Black-Balled

AzB Silver Member
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Perhaps it would be better to try to apply self learning software to a subject that you're actually familiar with, rather than pool...

Just a thought.
He can't.

I have yet to see a single person with practical knowledge of any of jizdum's topics de jour agree with his ignorant hypotheses or support his methodologies.
 

Justaneng

Registered
Rosetta stone does not have an AI that can talk pool. Most of pool language is math which makes programming it easy.

It’s not easy, it’s much more complicated than Chess to program, by a factor of well over a million.

The number of discrete positions any ball on the table can hold is practically infinite and is vastly simplified by the human brain when we look at it.

Driving AI is still in its infancy even with teams of people working on it as full time jobs - turns out our drive to and from work every day actually involves our brains doing insane calculus in the background, even if we never learned formal calculus. And, driving has no where near the precision of pool.

The next challenge is what will the program output? A human can do nothing with “strike the cue ball 2.5mm right and 1.7mm above center ball at 5.1m/s with an acceleration of 0.4m/s2”
 
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