Taser’s Big Plan: “Every Cop Will Be RoboCop” | Soshal Network, Social Circle Connection

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  1. Posted by iVinyl, at Reply

    There are already dislikes and this video was only posted 45 seconds ago!!

    • Posted by Gooseman2k2, at Reply

      and even WAY MORE likes!!!

    • Posted by Jack Hirschler, at Reply

      Jim is the man hehe Putin Posters

    • Posted by Andreas Stevens, at Reply

      if they were smart enough to know, ANY interaction with a vid = engagement

    • Posted by Kool Kids Klan, at Reply

      iVinyl This video is that bad huh?

  2. Posted by Emigdiosback, at Reply

    Robocop was badass (the original version).

    I’d buy that for a dollar.

    • Posted by Jon Ericson, at Reply

      Plus Robocop was way more patient when it came to shooting people, he could CLEARLY see/scan a hostile threat.

    • Posted by C Wilson, at Reply

      Yaaa!!!

  3. Posted by zero, at Reply

    i remembered when police used tasers more. then people complained so they started using guns now people complain. i guess its back to tasers again

    • Posted by Mr Meeseeks, at Reply

      taser the company not taser the weapon….(btw taser is just a company that makes stun guns, the stun guns aren’t tasers, its like a tissue/kleenex situation)

    • Posted by Sonny J, at Reply

      Mr Meeseeks it was a joke

  4. Posted by TheKingkingg, at Reply

    what about suspects not proven… what if it’s your child just being upset?

    • Posted by Admiral Smelling, at Reply

      This will shut the little monster up.

    • Posted by Aaron565pwns, at Reply

      exactly, it cant ever know every detail of that person’s life. All it does is interpret their history juxtaposed against their emotional state. It has no facts nor can possibly predict any past or future neural input. Best it can do is highlight signs that a person is about to engage in a physical attack, or interpret micro expressions as they explained. It can’t actually OUTPUT any valid data and thats a very clear limitation of the approach they have chosen. What they are saying is not even theoretically possible. You would need to have mastered psychology as a science to even understand how people respond to inputs in a criminal manner. This is pure sci-fi

      The whole thing seems like a bad spin put on by marketing dept., trying to pump their service as more valuable than it is. In this case they are simply lying about the abilities of their algorithm – so when its used as evidence in a criminal proceeding; they become legally liable for any mistakes their service makes.

      I am pretty sure how they have advertised the service thus far is a legal misrepresentation of their product. This is grounds for fines as well as a contact to the BBB.

  5. Posted by Pri yon Joni, at Reply

    Great, always wanted to be pulled over for speeding and be told, “dead or alive you’re coming with me”.

    • Posted by Lu Sapphire and the Muffin Button Band, at Reply

      Pri yon Joni
      If they did it in the real voice and in costume, I might be ok with that.

  6. Posted by Jeremy Cheng, at Reply

    Lie with Pigs Fry like Bacon!!

    • Posted by Spoder Man, at Reply

      Antifa cuck

    • Posted by OutlawRebel117, at Reply

      Spoder Man Triggered!

    • Posted by Lu Sapphire and the Muffin Button Band, at Reply

      Bwahahaha!

    • Posted by Lu Sapphire and the Muffin Button Band, at Reply

      Хлоя Марш
      You first.

  7. Posted by RandomRobin, at Reply

    So, how long will it be till thinking about something is a crime?

    • Posted by Joel Medina, at Reply

      Like conspiring?

    • Posted by RandomRobin, at Reply

      No, more like thinking a certain way.

  8. Posted by juan gomez, at Reply

    I’ll buy that for a dollar.

    • Posted by C Wilson, at Reply

      Yaaaa!!!

  9. Posted by RsTFuRF, at Reply

    “Predictive policing” is plain unconstitutional. A crime needs to happen before you can be convicted (unless of course you are not a US citizen… you have the PATRIOT act to thank for that one).

    • Posted by Downstream01, at Reply

      Predictive policing is just placing cops where they think crime will occur. It’s already being done.

    • Posted by that guy, at Reply

      actually thats not true. A crime has to happen or there needs to be a reasonable expectation that you are going to commit a crime. IF there is evidence that you are going to murder someone you can be arrested prior to murdering someone.

    • Posted by that guy, at Reply

      actually thats not true at all. in reference to my earlier comment Its called conspiracy to commit murder. learn the law.

    • Posted by Yaszmin Bijou, at Reply

      that guy which they have to have proof of the conspiracy. I know the law. Your initial comment was a misrepresentation of facts.

  10. Posted by Victor Padilla, at Reply

    Reminds me of Psycho Pass.

    • Posted by DanyD, at Reply

      Reminds me of Captain America Winter Soldier

    • Posted by Crystal_ignition, at Reply

      man that should have been said, a piece of equipment that determines whether or not a random bystander is a criminal
      how is this not psycho pass??

    • Posted by Zephirenth, at Reply

      Make sure you keep yours clear.

    • Posted by Rob McMurtrie, at Reply

      Very much so, great anime but a society I wouldn’t want to be in.

  11. Posted by gagago302, at Reply

    #PYSCHOpass

  12. Posted by Robert House, at Reply

    This is what the machine does: darker the skin color, higher the danger.

    • Posted by Eric Dickson-Peppler, at Reply

      Why do you think that is?? Racism?

    • Posted by SuperTregs, at Reply

      Racial profiling is useful for preventive policies…. Its just a fact.

  13. Posted by Salvatore Noth, at Reply

    Robocop was a great cop, compared to our current departments though

    • Posted by Boxing Focus, at Reply

      Robocop would at least tell them to put down their weapons. Doesn’t seem to be a requirement in modern day policing in America.

    • Posted by InfectedByEli, at Reply

      KETimiko, no, he didn’t.

    • Posted by bert Rodriguez, at Reply

      Only during the massive drug raid. Other than that one guy he shot between the legs, he pretty much followed procedure and brought most of them in alive, injured but alive.

  14. Posted by J Snow, at Reply

    sounds similar to the anime/manga ‘psycho pass’

    • Posted by kyle utter, at Reply

      J Snow I agree haha

    • Posted by Crystal_ignition, at Reply

      ikr

    • Posted by MrBountyHunterD, at Reply

      J Snow i was thinking the same exact thing.

  15. Posted by siegfried greding, at Reply

    best way to get rid of crime. get rid of the environment that makes people do this kind of stuff like poverty .and poor education.

    • Posted by Scalpking47, at Reply

      Tell the gangster rappers to rap about taking care of their kids.

    • Posted by Freddy Looger, at Reply

      I thank technology for making people happier and less likley to break the law. angry at society? just sit down and watch some netflix.

    • Posted by Carlos Rosario, at Reply

      Scalpking47 rappers rap about their environment and what they see growing up in that environment. the idea that rappers could change millions of lives by changing their lyrics is, for lack of a better term, really really REALLY Dumb.

  16. Posted by leon scott, at Reply

    minority report. great

  17. Posted by John Butts, at Reply

    Every cop needs multiple tasers and weapons so that they can plant them on suspects.

  18. Posted by Colonel 100, at Reply

    Please put down your weapon. You have 20 seconds to comply.
    black man: but i dont have a weapon….

  19. Posted by DarthCipient, at Reply

    Hopefully they’ll get Clarence Boddicker’d