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I'm not very good at coding, but I have some experience with python and google colab and I was wondering if there was a notebook/program that simply takes data and predicts the next piece of data?

What I have tried:

I've tried coding it myself, but I'm stoopid
Updated 4-Feb-21 5:56am
Richard MacCutchan 4-Feb-21 10:24am    
"simply takes data and predicts the next piece of data?"
So if I typed "Banana", what would you expect it to predict?
Gerry Schmitz 4-Feb-21 10:25am    
Yellow ... no, fruit ... er, comedy ...
nuggetofwisdom 4-Feb-21 10:28am    
m o n k e
No what I mean is it'll take a dataset, say the history of the Apple stock, and predict the stock price for Apple for the next day (I'm not actually using this, mine will be much more simple)
Richard MacCutchan 4-Feb-21 10:43am    
Yes, I understand the question. But how would this program figure out these predictions?
nuggetofwisdom 4-Feb-21 10:45am    
Like it's done here:*KdwmQZdq8xAnruYWShiKQA.png

Short answer: No.

The problem with what you want to do is the naïve notion of "one AI to rule them all". AI's have to be trained on a dataset to teach them about the data they are looking at. There is no one dataset or AI to predict the next value out of a set of values. Each set of values behaves differently. So training an AI on, say, a viral infection dataset cannot be used to predict a stock value.
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nuggetofwisdom 4-Feb-21 11:18am    
I was afraid this was the case, thank you for your time!
There are actually a lot of automated platforms these days that are designed to help people tap into AI with no to little coding required.
You might want to check out CLICK AI, they recently were on the news offering ㅁ free AutoML tool, by the look of it, this should be right up your alley. Here's the link
I believe there are other platforms as well, that allow you to take the data and get prediction results without writing a single line of code. Good luck, hope this helps!
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