Using Machine Learning to Beat Trump in 2020

Political campaigns are now largely fought online. The 2016 presidential elections in the US demonstrated this well, particularly highlighting the benefits of micro-targeting. Democrats are still struggling to adapt to this new world while the Trump campaign is “poised to dominate online again” in the run-up to the 2020 elections.

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Shan Rizvi

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Technology entrepreneur based in New York. Interested in art, music, philosophy, psychology, machine learning, neuroscience, physics, and nature.

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