Case study of LAPD and Palantir's predictive policing tool: same corruption; new, empirical respectability


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I suppose the algorithms are written by objective humans then?




I got some predictions:

Banks are gonna break laws.
Insurance companies are gonna break laws.
Automotive companies are gonna break laws.
Credit bureaus are gonna break laws.

oh you don’t police them?



Which was indeed what they named their company that sells creepy surveillance tech to creepy people after.

They’ve worked on being less transparent since then.


Especially after they were caught up in the HB Gary email leaks.


So, Peter Thiel sounded better in the original German?

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