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It's February 2018, and a small group of Harvard researchers are standing on a stage in New Orleans unveiling a system that automates the detection of so-called gang crimes. A wave of concern ripples through the audience: Data on criminal activity is notoriously unreliable and often subject to manipulation and misclassification.
Data Violence and How Bad Engineering Choices Can Damage Society 
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Data Violence and How Bad Engineering Choices Can Damage Society 
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It's February 2018, and a small group of Harvard researchers are standing on a stage in New Orleans unveiling a system that automates the detection of so-called gang crimes. A wave of concern ripples through the audience: Data on criminal activity is notoriously unreliable and often subject to manipulation and misclassification.
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