Catching up

  1. Bad employees are bad

    “Suspect In Massive CIA Leak Identified,” The Wall Street Journal, May 16, 2018 A2. Did a former employee leak CIA hacking tools?  How do you protect yourself from former employees leaking your information?

  2. Does this displace doctors?

    “New Methods Aim to Speed Stroke Care,” The Wall Street Journal, May 15, 2018 A3. Algorithms compare a patient’s brain scans against a database, allowing quicker diagnosis and treatment, even by non-experts.  Is this closer to using AI to practice medicine?  Is this using information better, faster, and, hopefully, cheaper?

  3. Failure to use information

    “Paris Attacker Was Flagged as Risk,” The Wall Street Journal, May 14, 2018 A8.  Attacker in Paris was in the database, but nevertheless was able to kill.

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