Policing in the Twenty-First Century

In a world of ubiquitous surveillance, the demands for citizens’ security and privacy are constantly clashing. Biometrics, artificial intelligence, embedded computing, micro-sensors, and the Internet of Things will combine to permit authorities to know what’s going on everywhere, all the time.  That will lead to increased safety, with radical reductions in the occurrence of many violent crimes.  But it will also generate fears that the tradeoff will be the rise of a police state, in which every individual’s every activity will be monitored and reco.....
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