There is absolutely no model that can tell you who is “statistically predisposed” to terrorism. No credible counter-terror scholar will sign off on that. Radicalization as a process is similar between cases, but the individual circumstances vary greatly. There’s no “type” that can be detected at a distance.
Extensive research into the bail system has disproven basically everything you just stated.
The world is worth saving for, if no other reason, dogs.
1) Undocumented immigration is not a criminal offense.
Indentured servitude, wow. Welcome to the modern age of slavery.
Yep, that’s me all right!
We don’t need a fucking computer to know who’s white.
Seems it would be more pertinent to do an algorithm pattern study of racists rather than gays. Who’s paying for this study now??
This show was ahead of its time. I wish it got more than 2 seasons.
In August 2016, fewer coal miners were employed in the US than anytime in modern history: just 48,600. A year later, little more than 50,000 miners are working, but the industry is still in dire straits—layoffs and mine shutdowns have led to rampant unemployment in West Virginia, Kentucky and Montana. President Trump…
The video (that is, the 30 second buffer) begins just as he places the red soup can down. If you pause the video about a second in to get a view of the can, you can see the plastic baggie poking out the top. He then arranges that busted up wooden step ladder(?) and begins to leave. Once he turns the camera back on, it…
Nobody complained when io9 had 25 articles on Mad Max: Fury Road, but post 2 on Baby Driver and people start thinking Wright’s ball are being gargled.
I’m waiting for their explanation that he meant something else besides tapes of their conversations because he used “tapes” in quotations.
I missed this article in real time so here I am 15 days later able to hand out recognition to the worst commenters.
So there’s no allegation the evidence was faked or planted, just that the officer “re-enacted” the search? Which is totally unacceptable of course.
And now you know how we feel reading gizmodo articles.
Just playing devils advocate but with the amount of typos I’ve read on this site... isn’t this a “glass houses” situation?
Wow. They’re really working on inducting you into the surveillance state over there, aren’t they?
Every company I’ve worked for since graduating college, monitors our work computers 100% of the time they are being used. Sending/receiving emails, attachments that are sent, websites visited, etc. Body cameras are no different. Perhaps, um, don’t break the law if you don’t want to get in trouble?