Swarm Artificial Intelligence Predicts Macron to Win French Presidential Elections 2017

Macron Le Pen French Presidential Elections 2017

There is much at stake in the French Presidential Elections 2017. If the far-right candidate, Marine Le Pen, should win, that’s one step closer to France eventually exiting the European Union. But, according to Unanimous A.I.’s swarm artificial intelligence predictions, it’s the other top contender, Emmanuel Macron, who will eventually prevail.

The sentiment in France appears to be affected by a wave of populism. The far-right National Front is none too popular at the moment, and even normally neutral French diplomats overseas are against a Le Pen government, with some showing open dissent at the possibility of Le Pen taking the oath.

Unanimous A.I.’s swarm artificial intelligence shows that Macron will defeat Le Pen by a significant margin of 15 to 20 percent, with the consensus being closer to 15 percent when push came to shove.

You can clearly see where the swarm gravitates towards a >20 percent margin of victory, but then decides to move towards the 15 to 20 percent bracket. That could indicate a lower level of confidence about the margin, but the consensus is clear about a victory for Macron.

As with the prediction for the U.S. Presidential Elections favoring Clinton, Macron appears to have a clear lead at the moment, about 18 percent. But today will decide the fate of the nation as well as the eventual fate of the European Union, and there are forces at play that may just swing the vote in Le Pen’s favor.

Internal and External Factors Influencing the French Presidential Elections 2017

The first of these is people abstaining from voting. Should that level be higher than normal, Le Pen could walk away with the presidency, says the French Ambassador to the United States, Gerard Araud. He also notes that there is a wave of rebellion amongst the citizenry that leans heavily towards Macron, but there is also unseen support for Le Pen in the ranks of Macron’s En Marche! party. That support within the French political scenario takes us to the second major factor, the external forces.

The problem of fake news and strong Russian media support for far-right ideologies definitely has a larger presence in France than ever before, at this critical time. Smear campaigns, cyberattacks, sensitive information dumps and several other elements can most definitely influence public opinion against Macron, if not swing it completely in Le Pen’s favor.

The tension is almost palpable now as Le Pen and Macron battle it out today, May 7.

Will swarm artificial intelligence predictions prove true? Can the unique collective intelligence of an AI swarm that predicts Macron’s win exhibit the same stunning levels of accuracy that it did with several major sporting and entertainment events of 2017 thus far? Will things take a sudden twist in Le Pen’s favor because of the populist wave rippling across France’s political landscape? Are external factors strong enough to swing the vote against Macron and wipe out his current lead, putting Le Pen in office?

And the bigger question that begs answering: Where is the European Union headed if a far-right candidate like Le Pen bags the presidency?

Fortunately, we won’t have to wait too long before some of these questions are answered.

The last one, however, is part of a larger ‘political climate change’ sweeping through the land. Macron may well win the 2017 French Presidential Elections, but what about the next one? Something has clearly been set in motion with Brexit; something larger than an individual nation’s political journey – that of an entire continent that is home to some of the oldest of modern societies.

Is it time for change? Ironically, only time will tell. In the meantime, will this be another win for swarm artificial intelligence, and the collective consensus of an enhanced swarm brain?

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Source: Unanimous AI