Mois : septembre 2016 (Page 2 of 3)

Un algorithme peut-il prédire les crimes ? Les forces de police américaines s’équipent depuis plusieurs années de logiciels censés détecter le lieu des futurs crimes et délits. Leur succès tient pourtant davantage du marketing que de leur efficacité prédictive.

Source : À qui profite le crime ? – La Vie des idées

Unlike other litigation finance companies, Legalist uses data-backed methods to select, vet, and invest in litigation. Our algorithms trawl tens of millions of past court cases to accurately and efficiently assess litigation risk. As a result, Legalist is able to make faster decisions, on more cases.

Source : Legalist | Litigation Financing

Waze wants to connect riders with drivers who are already headed in the same direction. The company has said it aims to make fares low enough to discourage drivers from operating as taxi drivers. Waze’s current pilot program charges riders at most 54 cents a mile—less than most Uber and Lyft rides—and, for now, Google doesn’t take a fee.

Source : Google Takes on Uber With New Ride-Share Service – WSJ

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