The old computer adage garbage in, garbage out (GIGO) is becoming true in the industry as trucking begins to rely heavily on "machine learning algorithms for everything from managing fuel spend to lifecycle costs. Fleets that don't understand GIGO will not see the efficiencies promised from technologies, and that is because the data inputs are not always "clean", says Kurt Thearling, vice president of analytics for WEX Inc. Fleet Owner recently had a chance to ask ...

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