Did the CIA’s failed torture program have its roots in Big Data thinking?

Did the CIA’s failed torture program have its roots in Big Data thinking?

That is the provocative question asked in a new piece by Jer Thorp “The Three Vs of Enhanced Interrogation.” (The “three Vs” are a common way of describing Big Data: volume, velocity, variety.)

I’ve discussed this connection between intelligence and Big Data previously in a paper here.

One response to “Did the CIA’s failed torture program have its roots in Big Data thinking?

  1. I don’t understand why we are even discussing this issue, and not prosecuting people, up to, and including the former POTUS.

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