Cathy O'Neil

data scientist

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Data scientist and author of the forthcoming book Weapons of Math Destruction

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Every cop and sheriff's deputy dreams of the day that law enforcement can stop crimes rather than solving them after the fact.

Using Big Data to Stop Crime Before It's Committed

Every cop and sheriff's deputy dreams of the day that law enforcement can stop crimes rather than solving them after the fact.

from To the Point

Every cop and sheriff's deputy dreams of the day that law enforcement can stop crimes rather than solving them after the fact.

Can Big Data Prevent Crime?

Every cop and sheriff's deputy dreams of the day that law enforcement can stop crimes rather than solving them after the fact.

from To the Point

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