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Miles Wernick, Motorola Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Director of Medical Imaging Research Center (MIRC), and Professor of Biomedical Engineering; Yongyi Yang, Harris Perlstein Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Professor of Biomedical Engineering; and Lori Andrews, Distinguished Professor of Law and Director of Institute for Science, Law, and Technology at Chicago-Kent

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Miles Wernick, Motorola Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering; Director of Medical Imaging Research Center (MIRC); and Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Armour College of Engineering, was mentioned in a Chicago Tribune article for an algorithm he developed with the Chicago Police Department. The algorithm applies ten variables to gauge a person’s likelihood to be involved in violence in Chicago.

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Miles Wernick, Motorola Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering; Director of Medical Imaging Research Center (MIRC); and Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Armour College of Engineering, was featured in articles in The Economist and Chicago Defender for an algorithm he developed for the Chicago Police Department. The algorithm applies ten variables to gauge a person’s likelihood to be involved in violence in Chicago.

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After years of high crime the Chicago Police Department (CPD) is hoping to prevent crime before it ever happens. They have developed a way to predict crime using the CPD’s crime database and an algorithm developed by Armour College of Engineering (ACE) Motorola Chair Professor, Miles Wernick.

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