For example, in a recent study by researchers at Unanimous . and Oxford University, a Swarm . system was used to predict the outcome of all fifty English Premier League soccer games over a period of five consecutive weeks. Results showed that the individuals, who averaged 55% accuracy when working alone (not much better than coin-flips) were able to amplify their predictive accuracy to 72% by predicting together in swarms. This corresponds to 131% amplification in predicting ability. Such amplification appears to be the norm, not the exception – as many research studies show.