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Why not use the AI to figure out where the likely neighborhoods are to be victimized by the porch bandits and seed some packages with a 1/4 pound block of C4 imbedded with a hundred ball bearings command detonated with a remote device by a person in the house.
Double ought should be enough. Properly applied, it should be able to extend the misery of slow death to many an hour.
So a low resolution b&w camera is enough? Asking for a friend...
historical loss patterns and address characteristicsWhat, are we playing 'Guess the 'hood' now?
Porch pirates or package thieves call them what you want but thankfully we don't have a problem with them around here but other places do and the thieving bastards need to be stopped by any means
UPS just had to jump on the "AI" buzz bandwagon. The truth is that AI isn't needed for what they are providing. That is everyday analytical programming using historical data.
That's the exact kind of thing that machine learning algorithms are best at.This should add some fun fuel to the "AI is racist" argument that I've seen floating around in certain circles.
AI has "proven" to be racist, donchaknow.
I hop AI will help the illiterates at Fedex and USPS find my house instead of delivering my stuff to a similar address
Everyone should know that you can require a signature on delivery. With that, your package will never sit on your porch.
What the find will be considered racist and findings will never be released.Jeremy P
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