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The age of prediction: How data and technology are driving exponential change

To predict the future more accurately, we need to make better use of the data and tools at our disposal. Image: Unsplash/Drew Beamer

Igor Tulchinsky

Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, WorldQuant

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