In 2012, the promise of the social election finally came to fruition. From gaffes and memes to true triumphs, here are Washington's top 10 tech moments.
Nate Silver, the geek hero who correctly predicted all 50 states in the 2012 presidential election using data science, says he expects to be back for 2014 and 2016.
Guest Post While I'm pleased with the outcome of yesterday's election in political terms, I'm equally thrilled about the victory for data science versus gut instinct, philosophy and fundamentals.
Editor's Pick The world's best number crunchers did more than predict the outcome of the presidential election. They may have helped a candidate get elected.
During Tuesday's presidential election, geek hero Nate Silver distinctly came to the forefront because he used “big data” to correctly predict all 50 states.
You've likely gone and voted and are now watching the results as they unfold. But what if it wasn't the issues and polls that informed your vote, but rather the headlines floating around the Internet? What if a click was a vote?