Skip to comments.White House Worried About Discrimination Through Analytics
Posted on 04/27/2014 9:43:54 AM PDT by Usagi_yo
... 'He described a program called "Street Bump" in Boston that detected pot-holes using sensors in smartphones of citizens who had downloaded an app. The program inadvertently directed repair crews to wealthier neighborhoods, where people were more likely to carry smartphones and download the app.' ...
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Please....anyone can call their town and report a pot hole.
Is this like mapping apps that send you down Matin Luther King Blvd?
The Whitehouse needs to start supporting American jobs.
I would strongly support the GOP doing so first, but the Whitehouse also needs to.
Stop stalling. Come out for a strong return to American production.
They asked were it was, and he replied that he wasn't going to tell them.
Unfortunately, I can't remember the number of abandoned vehicles that got cleaned up that day.
It can work with potholes, too.
I would give a pass to any city employee or contractor that fears for his or her life either surveying potholes, or filling them, for not going into certain parts of any big city.
Assuming they’re right in that only wealthy areas have smart phones is the first lie. But just for argument’s sake, pretend they’re right. Then, obama and his czars are reckless racists for handing out obama phones that intentionally did not include the smart technology that would allow poor minority hoods to climb out of their poverty or have access to basic municipal services.
That’s no surprise. First those of obama’s ilk disarmed Indians, then consigned them to reservations in crummy areas to keep them poor. And the current slaveowners in the WH are doing the same to blacks, except that the reservations are now called inner cities.
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