• Consequences

    July 17, 2016 Jake DiMare

    See I’m a simple type of guy…When I see lightning I wait to hear the thunder. Consequence. And I don’t act surprised when entire segments of the population, who believe they aren’t getting any justice from the acting authorities, start taking justice into their own hands…However messy, cowardly, and unjust their actions may be to…

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  • Big Data + Artificial Intelligence = God 2.0

    November 19, 2014 Jake DiMare

    Consider this: Within our lifetime artificial intelligence will likely emerge and be deployed which is capable of simultaneous awareness of every transaction we make, every public tweet, article, or blog post we write (or have written), and every private email we send -regardless of whether it’s from our own email account or one we have access to on behalf of…

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  • The verdict on automated sentencing?

    August 4, 2014 Jake DiMare

    I’ve been following and doing my best to join the conversation taking place at Simple Justice, by Scott Greenfield for about a year. Yesterday my wife had to do her best to contain my ego when one of my comments from last week broke the post barrier and became the topic of conversation. For those of you wondering…

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  • What does justice mean to you?

    November 1, 2013 Jake DiMare

    In a recent post about jury procedure law blogger Scott Greenfield suggests there are many people who haven’t thought very hard about justice. “People like justice, though few have given it enough thought to realize what a ridiculously meaningless word it is.” I agree with the notion that people like justice and I don’t disagree…

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