Articles tagged 2012 election
Monday, 17th December 2012
Wednesday, 7th November 2012
Tuesday, 6th November 2012
New Jersey Allows Email Voting: A Sign Of Things To Come?
Well into the 21st Century, no one's figured out a safe way to electronically vote without the presence of an auditable paper trail. With New Jersey opening up e-mail voting for displaced voters today, is this a first step towards e-voting trust or a debacle in the making?
Monday, 5th November 2012
How Statistician Nate Silver Threw A Wrench Into Traditional Election Metrics
Sports and politics both have billions of dollars at stake, engender profound emotions and revolve around larger-than-life individuals. And they both share a culture of data devoted to making predicting future results more accurate than ever. Don't just ask Moneyball's Billy Beane, ask statistician Nate Silver, a man who has led the charge in changing both baseball and political forecasting over the last decade.
Thursday, 25th October 2012