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  • Courts Are Using AI To Sentence Criminals

    May 10, 2018 -   by Jason Tashea     There is a stretch of highway through the Ozark Mountains where being data-driven is a hazard.     Heading from Springfield, Missouri, to Clarksville, Arkansas, navigation apps recommend the Arkansas 43. While this can be the fastest route, the GPS's algorithm does not concern itself with factors important to truckers carrying a heavy load, such as the 43's 1,300-foot elevation drop over four miles with two sharp turns. The road once hosted few 18-wheelers, but the last two and half years have seen a noticeable increase in truck traffic—and wrecks. Locals who have watched accidents increase think it is only a matter of time before someone is seriously hurt,...

  • More businesses drop drug tests

    May 09, 2018 - by WHEC tv   More companies are nixing pre-employment marijuana testing.   The tightening US job market and the legalizat...

  • New tech tracks eyes to expose lies

    May 07, 2018 - by Brian Pia   Have you ever asked someone, “Hey, look me in the eye and tell me that?”   It turns out that e...

  • Golden-Based HomeAdvisor Sued By San Francisco DA

    April 30, 2018 - The city of San Francisco has sued Golden-based HomeAdvisor, accusing it of claiming that it does background checks on its home-services profession...

  • Changes to Massachusetts Regulations on Criminal History Checks

    April 19, 2018 - by Littler Mendelson PC - Allen P. Lohse, Rod M. Fliegel and Jennifer L. Mora   Employers operating in Massachusetts are already aware...

  • Background Check Company Makes False Claims

    April 17, 2018 - A background check company will pay nearly $500,000 to settle allegations that it misled customers about its background check system.  ...

  • Florida Could Start A Criminal Justice Data Revolution

    April 16, 2018 - There's no such thing as the US criminal justice system. There are, instead, thousands of counties across the country, each with their own syst...

  • Getting Driver’s License Puts Arizonans Into ‘Perpetual Criminal Lineup’

    April 12, 2018 - If you have a driver’s license in Arizona, your face now lives in a government database that uses facial recognition technology to see if you...


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