Prediction is, in everyday language, coming to a conclusion about something unknown using random or uncertain information about it. An inference is made based on the available information, and a forward-looking prediction can be made based on this inference. The word prediction is used in everyday language for both inference (if based on incomplete information) and prediction. There are more specialized concepts that correspond to specific meanings of the concept of inferring with incomplete information. If the predicted thing is a quantity, it is a prediction, a meaning is an interpretation, a scientific fact is a hypothesis, a mathematical theorem is a conjuncture, and a disease course is called a prognosis. Forecasting is called prediction, prediction, or prediction, but if this prediction is based on supernatural knowledge or sensations, it is called prophecy, fortune telling, clairvoyance, or introversion. If the information used for inference is also obtained through the senses, an unperceivable sensation can also be a matter of prediction, in this case the concepts of perception and recognition are also included in the prediction. In making predictions, it can be assumed that some of the unavailable information is correct, or that they are likely. In divination or fortune telling, it is controversial whether there is information available. The thing most likely to be predicted (and the emotion it generates) is called anticipation. In philosophical sense, speculation is to arrive at a predictive result with inferences based on probabilities. Predictions about meanings are called interpretations, for example dream interpretations.