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One of the primary reasons companies are entering the space is to capitalize on the power of predictive purchasing.

People with brain injuries due to trauma can also lose that predictive superpower.

Since 2016, law enforcement agencies in San Diego have spent millions on a data-analytics company known for its predictive policing platform, with ties to immigration and intelligence authorities — all while bypassing open discussion.

It’s not surprising that the older you get, the more predictive value your race results have.

He also notes that only about 20% of HireVue’s customers currently opt to use the predictive analytics feature of the software—the rest use humans to review the candidates’ videos—but that it’s becoming increasingly popular.

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Sproutling, the first predictive wearable for babies, is no doubt impressive.

Predictive tech is either the most revolutionary idea of a generation, or the end of thinking as we know it.

Applied Predictive Technologies is based in unfashionable suburban Ballston, Virginia.

These elements of “swagger” would seem to be positive attitudes predictive of a certain sort of success.

There is something to those things; the predictive power of the SAT has been rightly questioned.

It seems to have no song, no voice, but this harsh predictive note; and it in great measure ceases with the storms of spring.

Hence, the strenuous effort is made to destroy predictive prophecy concerning the person of the Son of God.

No such carefully elaborated programme as this is found in any other predictive utterance.

Hence the attempt to admit their predictive truth, and yet deny their divine authority, by ascribing them to human sagacity.

It is gained without pressing their claim to predictive power, at least beyond the horizons of their own period.

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On this page you'll find 21 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to predictive, such as: anticipating, auguring, conjecturing, divining, foreboding, and foretelling.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.