Joshua I. James
by Joshua I. James
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[Update] See Bruce Schneier's response

Our friends at recently had a good Ted talk about technology, crime and a potential way to fight crime in the future.

From "Marc Goodman imagines the future crime and terrorism challenges we will all face as a result of advancing technologies. He thinks deeply about the disruptive security implications of robotics, artificial intelligence, social data, virtual reality and synthetic biology. Technology, he says, is affording exponentially growing power to non-state actors and rogue players, with significant consequences for our common global security. How to respond to these threats? The crime-fighting solution might just lie in crowdsourcing."

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