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Big Data Shows How Wall Street Profited From the Financial Crash

This article originally appeared on the International Business Times. Big Data—those sprawling algorithms that can track and predict patterns in human behavior—often conjures up fears of a big-brother police state. But those same data-sets could be harnessed to uncover and expose Wall Street excesses. That’s the implication of two new new academic studies about the financial crisis.
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