The only sport I can think of that's non-stop action is ice hockey. Even soccer and basketball are spurts of action between a lot of passing and positioning.
But here's an interesting question. Would AI be able to make any sense of the commentator whispering while covering a golf tournament?
There is a strong selection bias - mostly they were reviewing the backgrounds of political prisoners and terrorist leadership, not the majority of the foot soldiers.
In addition, from the linked pdf file:
Only 33 cases out of a sample of 259 could be confirmed as having been to university. And for only 22 of them, we knew the exact subject. So they’re much more the kind of relatively socially marginal lumpen class that you would expect Islamists to be recruited from in the West. And among those few people who have a degree, and the 22 where we know which degree they have, a full 13 are actually engineers. So almost two-thirds of Western-based radical militant islamists turned out to be engineers.
How can they extrapolate that "almost two-thirds of Western-based radical militant islamists turned out to be engineers"? All they know is that 13 of the 259 they reviewed had degrees in engineering subjects.
The complaints remind me of the old usenet groups, especially C and perl programming. A few people appointed themselves to be the arbiters of what could be posted, and flamed anyone who didn't meet their personal standards.
On the other hand, take away that moderation and the site quickly degenerates into what
Contractors need to realize that they already get healthcare, retirement, sick days, etc., it's just that they need to manage them. The company manages some or all of those things for employees, but if a contractor wants the company to manage it for them there will be a commensurate cut in pay. It really is that simple
Quark! Quark! Beware the quantum duck!