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Computers Can Predict When You're Going to Die… Here's How

Season 12 Episode 6 | 12m 54s

Predictive analytics uses math and historical data to make predictions about the future. It’s used in commerce, sports, politics, social media and tons of other places. And as it turns out, people have been using math to predict people’s death for centuries. Can it predict mine?

Aired: 05/08/24
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