The bank's stock-picking robot, called Aiera, thinks the city is the likely choice to host HQ2.
The $5 billion facility will create as many as 50,000 jobs and will be a full equal to the company's existing Seattle headquarters. In January, Amazon released a short list of the 20 finalists still in the running for the site.
Aiera uses deep learning technology to generate predictions. In this case, it looked at a variety of factors, such as media sentiment, macro analysis and how Amazon stock price reacted to news coverage, to determine which locations are favorited, Wells Fargo analysts said in a research note.
For example, Amazon's stock price moved up an average 0.78% after Boston was mentioned 190 times by publications discussing HQ2.
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