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I worked on a data analytics tool to predict the likelihood of folks on parole reoffending based on their behavior using the GPS data off their ankle tracker. The idea was by observing a few key data points on their behavior (charging their device, boundary and curfew violations, being on time to school and work) and comparing behavior to people who did reoffend we could predict when people were in danger of reoffending.

We built a compliance and risk score that was available to their probation officer and allowed the officer to proactively reach out when the risk score was high. It also allowed them to manage by exception focusing their energy on high risk offenders. I left the company before getting to see how well it worked, but I’ve heard through the grapevine it’s having good results with the sheriffs department that was serving as the pilot.
 
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I worked on a data analytics tool to predict the likelihood of folks on parole reoffending based on their behavior using the GPS data off their ankle tracker. The idea was by observing a few key data points on their behavior (charging their device, boundary and curfew violations, being on time to school and work) and comparing behavior to people who did reoffend we could predict when people were in danger of reoffending.

We built a compliance and risk score that was available to their probation officer and allowed the officer to proactively reach out when the risk score was high. It also allowed them to manage by exception focusing their energy on high risk offenders. I left the company before getting to see how well it worked, but I’ve heard through the grapevine it’s having good results with the sheriffs department that was serving as the pilot.
Well sheet next thing you will reveal is that you were working on a project code names Skynet
 

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Well sheet next thing you will reveal is that you were working on a project code names Skynet
Only the 800 series. I wouldn’t mess with the 1000 because liquid metal is a pain in the backside to get from under your fingernails after it dries.
 

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If this was ever going to work (which it won't), I don't see "Florida Sheriffs" being the first to get it right.
If ol' Max couldn't get it right, darn skippy the Florida sheriff ain't going to.

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When it's under your fingernails. Everyone knows that.

Why you lying? I know you didn't work on the T-1000 because it doesn't dry up. It can "excite" it's particles which would keep them moving. It's whats happening when it puts itself back together.
 

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