Predicting the future: Forecasting the news of tomorrow

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 "Want to know who will win the next US election, which films will bomb or which stocks will rise? Researchers are mining social media to find the answers.
Peter Gloor does not own a crystal ball. Nor does he read tea leaves, the lines on your hand or claim to speak to people "from the other side". Yet, the research scientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) claims he can predict the future...."  read the article

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