Machine Learning Is The New Crime Fighting ‘Hero’

It sounds like a scene from the popular Tom Cruise movie, ‘Minority Report,’ where an artificially intelligent machine identifies a person who was released from prison will likely commit a crime again. However, this is real life and an MIT professor was the one who developed it. According to the latest crime statistics released by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), crime in the United States has decreased but it doesn’t mean that security will slack off. According to a study, a majority of these crimes are committed by almost the same people. Data has shown that two-thirds of prisoners who have been released commit a crime three years after their release. In order to address this issue, Professor Cynthia Rudin of the MIT Sloan School of Management developed a…

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