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InSight Crime: Ministro de Bolivia dice que la porosidad en las fronteras favorece a grupos criminales

21 de Noviembre 2016

  • 23 November 2016
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 Por Luis Fernando Alonso

El ministro del Interior de Bolivia reconoció en una cumbre regional que muchos cruces fronterizos siguen siendo vulnerables a las actividades criminales, lo cual recuerda el papel de la nación andina como un centro regional para el narcotráfico.

The Independent: Is crime prediction software the way forward for modern policing? Or biased against minorities?

November 22, 2016

  • 23 November 2016
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By Justin Jouvenal

Is PredPol the 'holy grail' of crime prevention or are its secret algorithims targeting civil liberties and minority groups?

Sergeant Charles Coleman popped out of his police SUV and scanned a trash-strewn street popular with the city's homeless, responding to a crime that hadn't yet happened. It wasn't a 911 call that brought the Los Angeles Police Department officer to this spot, but a whirring computer crunching years of crime data to arrive at a prediction: a car theft or burglary would probably occur near here on this particular morning.

FamaGusta Gazette: “Columba-Hypatia: Astronomy for Peace” project launched in Cyprus

  • 18 November 2016
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The Association for Historical Dialogue and Research (AHDR) and the Home for Cooperation (H4C), in collaboration with the science education initiative GalileoMobile, have announced the launch of the “Columba-Hypatia: Astronomy for Peace” project.
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