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TechRepublic's 'swarm AI' predicts tight election; top 6 reasons employees leave

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TechRepublic's 'swarm AI' predicts tight election, gives edge to Clinton

TechRepublic and Unanimous A.I. conducted a final real-time 'swarm' to determine which candidate will be stronger on economic and technology issues and who will win the US presidency. See the results.

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