Humans aren't very good at picking successful start ups This sounds like a job for AI

Humans aren't very good at picking successful start-ups. This sounds like a job for AI.
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An Algorithm Can Pick the Next Silicon Valley Unicorn

With a machine learning algorithm, MIT researchers say that they are able to pick out successful start-ups 60 percent of the time.

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