I have a hard time avoiding to post overlapping things about the developing increasing surveillance society. Especially since the speed with which the technology develops is as fast as the willingness to (at least some) governments to implement it.
“Samurai is designed to issue alerts when it detects behaviour that differs from the norm, and adjusts its reasoning based on feedback. So an operator might reassure the system that the person with a mop appearing to loiter in a busy thoroughfare is no threat. When another person with a mop exhibits similar behaviour, it will remember that this is not a situation that needs flagging up.”
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