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AI tool successfully predicted Trump win; still, experts are skeptical

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AI tool successfully predicted Trump win; still, experts are skeptical

By collecting and analyzing data points from social media, MogIA correctly predicted the last three US election results. But AI experts are cautious about giving too much credit to the tool, despite its success.

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