Tokyo startup looks to tap satellite images of nighttime neon to forecast GDP

Based on algorithms that examine changes in the intensity of illumination, as well as a range of published statistics, including those for industrial production and trade, the Tokyo-based company can accurately forecast changes in gross domestic product …
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