Crowdsourcing and the prediction of judgments

The result of the study of various crowd models applied to the prediction of the US Supreme Court judgments has given the result that such prediction may be made “accurately and robustly”

 

(Crowdsourcing accurately and robustly predicts Supreme Court decisions, D.M. Katz, M.J. Bommano and J. Blackman, Earxiv 1712.03846U1 [physics soc. Ph.], 11 December 2017)

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