238) Stop forcing Palestinians into walled-off ghettos.
There are plenty of "Palestinians" living outside Gaza in Israel. Nobody is "forcing" them to live in the ghetto that Gaza is.
So if I build a nice tall fence around your city/town, you'd freely and with pleasure either tolerate it or move away without feeling even the slightest bit forced?
I do realize that you were trolling, but I'm too drunk to ignore it.
ScienceDaily (Nov. 12, 1997) — Computer "eyes" are now up to such tasks as watching for fugitives in airline terminals and other busy locations. A sophisticated face-recognition system that placed first in recent Army competitive trials has been given the added ability to pick out faces in noisy or chaotic "street" environments. The new "Mugspot" software module developed at the University of Southern California automatically analyzes video images, looking for passers-by. When it finds them, it picks out the heads in the images and then tracks the heads for as long as they remain in the camera's field.
Almost 15 years ago, it was already possible to accurately track and recognise people in grainy, blurry, low-res video. As if intelligence agencies *aren't* having a field day with facebook.
But 15 years ago millions of people did not voluntarily (albeit unknowingly, for the most part) submit their personal photos and videos for this kind of analysis.
The US' statistic is also surprising: 5.0 per 100,000 - the highest among OECD countries by a long shot (though still comparatively safe compared to the majority of countries in the world).
That must be all those guns people have the right to carry, and all the murders constantly covered on the news which make people feel like they should probably carry a gun, just in case...
Posted by timothy on Thursday May 12, @03:59PM from the click-no-to-agree dept.
Or maybe they're discussing some police probe based virtual worlds in which the communities are collectively in favour of a particular money trail?
I'm not a native English speaker, so I might be wrong in pointing out that there is a problem here. But I don't think I am.
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