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

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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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