The film “Minority Report” spun off this Fox TV series of the same title about a police squad that used predictive software to stop crimes before they happened. It starred Meagan Good, right, and Stark Sands. The idea, once total science fiction, is closer to reality now, and there are few laws to regulate or control it, says Boise attorney Lisa McGrath.
The film “Minority Report” spun off this Fox TV series of the same title about a police squad that used predictive software to stop crimes before they happened. It starred Meagan Good, right, and Stark Sands. The idea, once total science fiction, is closer to reality now, and there are few laws to regulate or control it, says Boise attorney Lisa McGrath. Bruce MacCauley AP
The film “Minority Report” spun off this Fox TV series of the same title about a police squad that used predictive software to stop crimes before they happened. It starred Meagan Good, right, and Stark Sands. The idea, once total science fiction, is closer to reality now, and there are few laws to regulate or control it, says Boise attorney Lisa McGrath. Bruce MacCauley AP

Robots aren’t coming, they’re here, with both good and bad effects

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