On this week’s episode of Banter, new AEI visiting fellow Naomi Schaefer Riley discusses how big data might contribute to efforts to reform foster care bureaucracies. Naomi published a piece in the February 2018 edition of “Reason” magazine on the issue. The article describes how predictive analytics might be used to assess whether children are at a heightened risk of abuse or neglect based on available data. You can access the full article at the link below.

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Can big data help saved abused kids? The quest to fix our messy, meddlesome foster care bureaucracies | Naomi Schaefer Riley | Reason | February 2018

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Published in: Domestic Policy, Law, Policing