Bridge Cables 17-5: Innovative Policing, AI and Innovation Heats Up!

Lately, Madery Bridge writing has appeared in other places. Take a look!:

“Innovative Policing: Saves Time and Money”
“Police forces often face budget challenges and time crunches – little money and more work than time allows. In this environment, technological innovations can come slowly, expensive, difficult to deploy and integrate. The challenges for police are not much different than the challenges most people face. With lack of time and stretched resources, even important, unexpected or non-routine tasks become hard to complete. In Texas there is innovation, in law and in technology, to help both the police and the public…”
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“An (Artificially) Intelligent Future for California?”
“Californians harboring dystopian fears would have us believe that the state is sowing the seeds of its own destruction by leading in the development of artificial intelligence. Consider state legislation introduced this year that would fine companies like Uber $25,000 a day per vehicle if they operate self-driving cars without a permit. They are wrong and the future is not a scary place…”
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“Innovation Heats Up! And You Can Be Part of It”
“Of the many promises of innovation, no promise likely rises higher than the opportunity to live longer, healthier and more active lives. While advances in entertainment and consumer electronics tend to catch our attention and seem to improve some aspects of our lives almost immediately, advances in health care can often seem remote and harder to grasp. But now and then an advance comes along that is completely obvious in its benefit…”
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