Life Imitates Art: “minority Report” Software Predicting Crime

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The 2002 action film “Minority Report,” starring Tom Cruise, forwarded the idea of a future in which criminal activity was predicted in advance by computer programs, giving authorities the ability to seemingly prevent criminals’ acts before they were ever carried out. While the film was a success thanks in large part to its captivating visuals
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You’re Free to Go – for the Price of a Kidney

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In an unusual deal, two sisters will be released from prison after serving just 16 years of their life sentences. The two had been convicted for their part in a 1994 armed robbery that netted $11. Jamie and Gladys Scott’s case has been the subject of debate for years. Supporters have said the sentences were too
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