‘Swarm Intelligence’ wins 000 after correctly predicting the Kentucky Derby’s first four finishers

LOUISVILLE, KY – MAY 7: Nyquist with Mario Gutierrez up wins the 2016 Kentucky Derby on May 7, 2016 at Churchill Downs, Louisville. (Photo by Horsephotos/Getty Images) Image: Getty Images By Raymond Wong2016-05-10 15:35:03 UTC Picking one horse to win a race is hard enough, but four horses and their exact placements in the grand Kentucky Derby? It’s practically impossible. But that’s exactly what just happened thanks to a crowdsourced intelligence called Swarm Intelligence. The bet is called the superfecta, and there’s a 1 in 540 chance of winning it — bettors have to pick out the horses that’ll place first, second, third and fourth in the Derby. TechRepublic reporter Hope Reese challenged Unanimous A.I., a company that creates Swarm artificial intelligence technologies that allow groups to combine their thoughts…


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