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World of innovation – forecasting crime spots, surgeon's aid and wrap-around shoes

29 March 2017

Supply Management takes a look around the globe to highlight where supply chains are making a difference


New York data science firm Dataiku is helping London’s Metropolitan Police to forecast future crime spots. Creator Nicolas Gakrelidz says his predictive policing map, with input from 31,000 police officers, will predict what the crime rates might be in the future.

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