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The current US election is getting huge attention – as the potential candidates are more polarizing than ever before. The campaigns are public feuds, fought via all available social media channels.
But: what if we could predict, quite accurately, what the outcome of the election on November 8 will be? If all the guessing could be substituted by an objective view based on a sophisticated statistical model? This is what PollyVote does: the “evidence based election forecasting model” uses multiple predictions, aggregates the data and ultimately compute a prediction on who will win the election.
DateMonday, April 4th, 2016
Join us for a one day, virtual hackathon on December 17, 2015
Deutsche Welle Innovation aims to find out, based on a collaboration with Ludwig-Maximilians-University (Munich) and AX Semantics. The one day event will provide an opportunity for journalists, scientists and students to learn and play with the next wave of technologies usable in newsrooms. The day’s focus will be on prediction models and robot journalism, supported by design thinking as a method to develop impactful new offerings on digital platforms.
DateWednesday, December 2nd, 2015
TagsAX Semantics, FiveThirtyEiht, hackathon, high-tech, Ludwig Maximilians University, PollyVote, predictions, Robot journalism, storytelling, US elections, virtual hackathon