How a Sentiment Meter Helps Cops Understand Their Precincts

How a Sentiment Meter Helps Cops Understand Their Precincts

Three weeks into his new job as commanding officer of Manhattan’s 20 th precinct, Captain Timothy J. Malin stared at a delineate on his computer screen, baffled. It demo his prerogative etched up by streets and ballparks, with the southern periphery encased in an grim...
Schools Can Now Get Facial Recognition Tech for Free. Should They?

Schools Can Now Get Facial Recognition Tech for Free. Should They?

Like many mothers in the United States, Rob Glaser has believe this a good deal lately about how to keep his girls from get shoot in institution. Solely, he’s been thinking of what he can do that doesn’t commit getting into a nasty and incessant battle over what he...
Faked Video Will Complicate Justice by Twitter Mob

Faked Video Will Complicate Justice by Twitter Mob

It are applied to be that cameras never lie. We tend to privilege visual material, trust which is something we examine, and rely on police cams, mobile recording implements and same machines to tell us about what is really happening on the street, in neighbourhood...
All the Times North Korea Promised to Denuclearize

All the Times North Korea Promised to Denuclearize

The nuclear summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has concluded, with each securing something they value. The US will suspend the joint military exercises with South Korea that rattle the Hermit Kingdom. And North Korea has promised...
The Young and the Reckless

The Young and the Reckless

I. The Bumper The trip to Delaware was only supposed to last a day. David Pokora, a bespectacled University of Toronto senior with scraggly blond hair down to his shoulders, needed to travel south to fetch a bumper that he’d bought for his souped-up Volks­wagen Golf...