What are the advantages over strategically placed cameras? Why not use what's already there, or upgrade them, and feed all of that into a system that does the heuristics they're talking about? Seems like a much more acceptable route, not to mention cheaper, than putting in robots that will need to be maintained, and most likely vandalized on a regular basis.
You are making my point. You're so steeped in the ideology you likely can't see it's faults. Take a break and look at it from the outside, in context to the rest of the world, and you'll see things from a perspective you've probably never seen before. One such example was NOW fighting AGAINST equally shared custody, feminsm's hand in biased family court laws (eg tender years doctrine), unequal and biased domestic violence laws (eg VAWA and predominant aggressor policies), and a whole host of social problems that are the direct result of feminist blinders and baked academic studies.
You're obviously have little to no concept of the differences between feminism on paper and feminism in practice. They're worlds apart.
It's only sexist when men do it:
Yeah, but they're feminists. When are they NOT indignant about something? Here's an article where feminists equivocate the use logic in an argument as a form of domestic violence:
tl;dr - Woman gets drunk, drives, then winds up killing some people. For some reason the state charged the guy who bought her some of the drinks.
How about we just stick to holding people accountable for their actions instead of shifting the blame to others, mmmkay?