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(Gizmodo)   Who could have ever seen Anti-Bias Crime Prediction software going poorly?   (gizmodo.com) divider line
    More: Facepalm, Crime, crime-prediction software, police patrol decisions, Police, crime predictions, law enforcement agencies, Company CEO Brian MacDonald, single crime prediction  
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679 clicks; posted to STEM » on 02 Dec 2021 at 10:38 AM (29 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2021-12-02 10:08:54 AM  
3 votes:
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2021-12-02 10:46:52 AM  
3 votes:
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2021-12-02 10:57:44 AM  
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Bonus points here because Nikon is a Japanese company.
 
2021-12-02 10:47:25 AM  
1 vote:
Financial crimes, illegal drug use, and drunk driving are higher in rich communities. Maybe they should focus more enforcement there.
 
2021-12-02 10:55:47 AM  
1 vote:
Repeat after me "There are no such things as arrest quotas."
 
2021-12-02 11:37:16 AM  
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Geotpf: Um, poorer areas do have more violent crime than richer ones.  (And poor neighborhoods are more likely to be heavily minority than rich ones.)  Sounds like the software is working.  Not sure what the issue here is.


Poorer areas have more crimes that local police deal with.  Wealthy areas have more crimes that the SEC or FBI would should deal with.  In fact, I would like to see the SEC use this software and see what the results are.
 
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