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Book Review: The Rise of Big Data Policing (Is the Data Racially Tinged?)

 Originally published by Big Think For more content on government applications of predictive analtyics, attend Predictive Analytics World for Government, Sept 18-19, 2018 in Washington, DC. As predictive analytics advances decision making across the public and private sectors, nowhere could this prove more important – nor more risky – than in law enforcement. If the rule of law is the cornerstone of society, getting it right is literally foundational. But the art of policing by data, without perpetuating or even magnifying the human biases captured within the data, turns out to be a very tricky art indeed. Predictive policing introduces

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