Unanimous Predicts the Big Dance
For the three years in a row, Unanimous AI performed remarkably well when forecasting the College Basketball NCAA Tournament, aka March Madness, using our award-winning Swarm AI technology. Of course last year was a total bust, when the tournament was canceled, so we’ve been rearing to go. Because we now have paying subscribers to our Sportspicker AI business, we had to wait until all the contests were closed before we could post the bracket we generated and distributed on March 18. Here it is:
Of course, a bracket is just one way to predict March Madness. Here at Unanimous, our Sportpicker AI team will be predicting every single game of the tournament against the spread, giving detailed analysis of the odds against the Vegas handicappers. Our goal is achieve what we achieved in the full NFL season last year – to outperform the Vegas oddmakers with statistically significant results.
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