Critics see waste, bias in Chicago’s multimillion-dollar gunfire-detection system

A system of smart microphones that can identify the distinctive sound of a gun being fired and immediately notify the police was an idea that proponents hoped would make dangerous Chicago neighborhoods safer.

But critics say the artificial-intelligence-driven system that Chicago has spent millions installing is inaccurate, costs too much …

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