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  • The #MeToo Movement Drives Uber To Develop Next-Level Sexual Harassment Tracking Technology
    The #MeToo Movement Drives Uber To Develop Next-Level Sexual Harassment Tracking Technology

    Each and every day, hundreds of thousands of Americans choose to use Uber to get them to work, to the doctor's office, or to the grocery store. In an effort to keep these people (and their drivers) as ...

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  • Lost In Translation: The Courtroom Confusion Caused By Emoji Communication
    Lost In Translation: The Courtroom Confusion Caused By Emoji Communication

    If you were sitting on a jury and saw a series of text messages between defendants which read, "Did you rob the bank?" - followed by a response that read, "Yes," you would probably feel pretty ...

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  • How An Inability To Post Bail Can Haunt You For Many Years To Come
    How An Inability To Post Bail Can Haunt You For Many Years To Come

    Cash bail has long been a mainstay of the U.S. legal system. After all, the basic premise behind it is simple. After you have been arrested, you pay a sum of money to earn your freedom - and the money ...

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  • Fairness In The Court: How AI Can Help To Make Judges Less Biased
    Fairness In The Court: How AI Can Help To Make Judges Less Biased

    When your freedom or financial stability sits in the hands of a judge, you would hope that they will endeavor to be as fair-minded as possible in deciding your fate. However, judges are human. As ...

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  • Artificial Intelligence: Transparency Is Not Optional
    Artificial Intelligence: Transparency Is Not Optional

    In recent years, the use of computer algorithms has become increasingly common throughout the justice system. On a daily basis, government agencies and policing authorities use artificial intelligence ...

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  • PBJ: What does it mean?
    PBJ: What does it mean?

    For anyone who has ever spent time in a courtroom, whether it be for a minor speeding ticket or a more serious traffic/criminal offense, the term probation before judgment, or “PBJ”, was probably used ...

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