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Ese Olumhense is a reporter at The Markup, where she covers the ways that government agencies use technology. Before that, she was a reporter at Reveal from the Center for Investigative Reporting, producing both digital and radio pieces on democracy and voting rights. A native New Yorker, Ese is also an adjunct faculty member at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, working with investigative reporting fellows there.

The Tech at ‘Cop Con’: Cigarette Carton Trackers, VR for School Shootings, and ‘Peacekeeper Batons’

Ese Olumhense a reporter at The Markup gives us an overview of how the International Association of Chiefs of Police brings police leadership and tech vendors together at its annual conference, where clear trends about the future of law enforcement emerged.

Subjects: AI, Civil Liberties, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Data Mining, Human Rights, Legal Research, Privacy