'Immensely powerful' machine learning has potential to predict the future

Danny Palmer
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Professor Andrew Blake, director of the Alan Turing Institute, believes machine learning and big data have a significant role to play in decision making

Machine Learning has the potential to be an "immensely powerful" tool and could even be used to predict the future. That's according to Professor Andrew Blake, founding director of the Alan Turing Institute...

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