On the morning of Halloween, CNBC.com reported that an artificial intelligence system was predicting a Trump victory in the presidential election.
The story of the AI model named MoglA, named after the "Jungle Book" character Mowgli, built by Indian tech company Genic.ai. went viral at a time when Hilary Clinton was widely expected to take the White House.
The MogIA modelling took in 20 million data points from public platforms including Google, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube in the U.S. and analysed the information to create unbiased predictions. It has proven to be on the money at a time when the world is asking how the pollsters got it so wrong, again.