AI predicts winner of 2022 FIFA World Cup after running 100,000 simulations

Upon running 100,000 simulations, an AI model from The Alan Turing Institute has backed five-time world champions Brazil to win the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

Researchers drew data from GitHub user martj42’s compiled dataset, which contains the results and statistics of every international game since 1872. They fed the data from all international results since the 2002 World Cup into the model, and also took recent form and FIFA rankings into account.

The model then used Bayesian…

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