According to an Artificial Intelligence system that had correctly predicted the outcomes of the last three US presidential elections, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump will win the contest against her Democratic rival Hillary Clinton.
MogIA, the system that was developed by Sajiv Rai, predicts the possible outcome by analyzing information taken in from as many as 20 million data points from platforms like Google, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube in the United States. Rai is the founder of Indian start-up Genic.ai.
Donald Trump Wins US Elections: The candidate with leading social media engagement data has won the election.
As reported by CNBC the AI system showed that, in terms of social media engagement numbers of Barack Obama’s peak in 2008, Trump is leading by a hefty margin of 25 percent.
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The significance of this statistic lies in the fact that “the candidate in each election who had leading engagement data ended up winning the election,” the publication notes.
“If Trump loses, it will defy the data trend for the first time in the last 12 years since internet engagement began in full earnest,” Rai said.
Meanwhile, a report issued by the Ministry of Education and Science (MoES) has revealed that Lomonosov Moscow State University’s artificial intelligence genetic programming T-Platform supercomputer verified the findings of the MogIA.
Donald Trump Wins US Elections: T-Platform supercomputer confirmed MogIA’s findings.
As reported by WhatDoesItMean.com, one of the most technologically advanced AI systems in the world, the T-Platform supercomputer, was banned in 2013 under the Obama regime. However, the website notes, the ban was lifted in 2014 “due the uproar/commotion raised from nearly all American scientists involved in AI research.”
The system, like MogIA, has correctly predicted three results of the US presidential elections. The supercomputer also correctly predicted that the candidates of the 2016 presidential election would win their respective political party nominations.
“If you look at the primaries, in the primaries, there were immense amount of negative conversations that happen with regards to Trump. However, when these conversations started picking up pace, in the final days, it meant a huge game opening for Trump and he won the primaries with a good margin,” Rai said.