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Follow-Up Interview With John Robbie On Oscars Prediction Success

Shortly after the winners of the Oscars for Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Director and Best Picture were announced, John Robbie of Talk 702 spoke to Principa Data Scientist, Johan van Biljon,  for a follow-up interview to find out how accurate Principa's predictions had been. Using data analytics, Principa correctly predicted Leo would win an Oscar for Best Actor, Brie Larson would win for Best Actress, and Iñárritu to win for Best Director. 

John Robbie Talks Oscar Predictions With Principa

John Robbie from Talk Radio 702 speaks to Principa Data Scientist, John Van Biljoen, about Principa's predictions for the Oscars this weekend. Principa's predictions are based on data analyticfrom over 80 years worth of Oscar winning movies. 

Spanish Entertainment News Website Posts Principa's Oscar Predictions

Spanish entertainment news website, Super Cartelera, picked up on the hype created by Principa around our predictions for this years Oscar nominees stating this might be the year Leo finally gets his Oscar.  Apart from mentioning the other three nominees for Best Actress, Best Picture and Best Director, Super Cartelera found our infographic: "Oscars loves a True Story" particularly interesting highlighting that half of the movies nominated for an Oscar this year is based on a true story.

Gareth Cliff Speaks Oscar Predictions With Principa

Data Scientist Tom Maydon speaks to CliffCentral host Gareth Cliff on how Principa used data analytics to predict the winners of the Oscars in the top four major categories.

We're On ITWeb: Data Scientists Predict The Winners Of The Oscars

Principa shares its predictions of who we think will win the 2016 Oscar Awards in the four major catergories with local technology news website ITweb. The data scientists at Principa have used data from hundreds of movies spanning back to 1935 to make these predictions.

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