Jon Michael Galindo

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31 October 2015


A judge carries out a lengthy argument with a surveillance system which seems incapable of rendering a coherent account of the accused’s actions and must repeatedly correct the judge, to the growing ire of everyone in the court.

Along a similar vein of thought as “There Is No Dog”, this ideal surveillance system falls far short of its intended purpose. However, its theoretical non-utility depends on the advancement of artificial intelligence, and no one knows where that field will go. At least, I certainly do not.

© Jon Michael Galindo 2015