Built on Power BI, the election hub allows you to switch between map and seat views to get a visual representation of the projected composition of the next EU Parliament. The data is currently based on the results of national polls, and it will be updated in real-time as election results come in on May 23-26, 2019. You can also use the map to get a breakdown of MEP seats by region or country.
Ryan Heath, Political Editor at Politico, said:
On Microsoft's side, the project is lead by Ben Rudolph, whose current role involves exploring ways to use AI and machine learning to bolster journalism.
Next month, Microsoft says that the Politico Europe plans to launch country-level pages that will give additional information on each of the 27 EU-member countries involved in the election.
For more, you can check out the election hub at Politico Europe.
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There's a lot that Msft does time to time that we don't know, such as this.
The globalists will get it wrong again, just like the US in 2016. You can't yet model voters emotions.
Well, the EU compromises less than 50% of the European continent... and it still sucks. lel
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