Craig Uchida

President, Justice and Security Strategies

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President of Justice and Security Strategies, the research partner with the Los Angeles Police Department on predictive policing

Craig Uchida on KCRW

Powerful computers tell WalMart that when the weather turns bad, customers want strawberry pop tarts -- not just any pop tarts, but strawberry.

Predictive Policing: Next Frontier of High-Tech Crime Fighting?

Powerful computers tell WalMart that when the weather turns bad, customers want strawberry pop tarts -- not just any pop tarts, but strawberry.

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