This sounds like someone of Turkish decent had their feelings hurt by what the Dutch Government did a week back. This is another sign that we, humanity, is coming apart at the seams.
Tweets can help predict the outcome of soccer matches. Twitter activity can help predict the result of soccer matches when combined with betting market prices, new study shows. The tone of Twitter posts can predict when a team is more likely to win and soccer bets are mispriced, the study found. Source 9u.
The only way something can predict the outcome of the game is if the game was fixed from the get go. I do not think there is actual technology out there that can predict a untampered with game. I think that while studies may show that it is predicting something is just a fluke and would not be consistent over a long time.
On Twitter, false news travels faster than true stories, study finds. A new study has found that false news spreads more rapidly on the social network Twitter than real news does -- and by a substantial margin. Moreover, the spread of false information is essentially not due to bots that are programmed to disseminate inaccurate stories. Instead, false news speeds faster around Twitter due to people retweeting inaccurate news items. Source 9k.
2.7 billion tweets confirm: Echo chambers on Twitter are very real. A recent study of more than 2.7 billion tweets between 2009 and 2016 confirms that Twitter users are exposed mainly to political opinions that agree with their own. It is the largest study to characterize echo chambers by both the content in them and the networks they comprise. The findings indicate a strong correlation between biases in the content people both produce and consume. In other words, echo chambers are very real on Twitter. Source 9m.