Predicting crime with technology

We’ve always longed for a society without crime, and more and more technologies that help us predict criminal acts are being developed.

We as human beings are engineered to predict risk. When we shake hands with a stranger, we are evolutionarily programmed to detect on their fingers traces for attraction or fear. Director of JVP Venture Capital discusses the ever-growing power of “Predictive Policing” and how technology is surpassing our own human predictive capabilities.

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