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Georgia Law Review | 02.19.18

Disparate Impact in Big Data Policing

Andrew Selbst

Data & Society Postdoctoral Scholar Andrew Selbst argues for regulations in big data policing.

“The way police are adopting and using these technologies means more people of color are arrested, jailed, or physically harmed by police, while the needs of communities being policed are ignored.”

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