While the age-old concept of forecasting, itself, is based on the accumulation and analysis of prolonged data, Adam Zewe, in this article on MIT News, provides a quick glimpse into the recent studies in this arena which have focused particularly on the development of an effective apparatus to help make error-free predictions. To begin with, the existing methods of forecasting, as per the article, encompasses extremely complicated evaluation of complex data making them unsuitable for use by non-technical professionals. The idea of developing an effective apparatus to help make error-free predictions stems from this very necessity of making the mechanism user-friendly and easily accessible, states Adam. The choice of a simplistic algorithm coupled with the intricate correlation of time and space that it puts to use will ameliorate its overall precision, thereby helping it function as a potent and effective apparatus to help make error-free predictions, the article affirms. Read More Lead transformational growth by developing an understanding of exponential and digital technologies. Click to know more about the MIT PE Technology Leadership Program (TLP).