Can An Algorithm Tell You Which Game to Watch?

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By Mike Tainer > The Quad Blog > The New York Times, Photo by: Michael Sandoval
March Madness is the perfect example of how sometimes for a diehard sports fan, two eyes to watch a single TV is just not enough. Recognizing the need to prioritize, Thuuz, a new web-based program, uses computer algorithms to crunch your preferences and compute which games you should be watching when. But can equations really predict how exciting a game is? The Quad Blog breaks it down.



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