Monday, December 27, 2010

Great Moments In Algorhythmically-Generated Story Classification

Looks like a certain Mexican city made the "naughty" list.


La Corista said...

CQ Press has recently recognized St. Louis as the most dangerous city in the United States. Citing crime statistics from 2009, the CQ study found the incidence of violent crime in the city to be 2,070.1 per 100,000 residents. That number compares rather unfavorably to the national average of 429.4.

A city that comprises slightly less than 6 percent of the state's population accounted for just over 37 percent of its homicides.

How we doin' up here?

Burro Hall said...

Sounds like Mexico is a lot safer than St Louis.

Anonymous said...

That does it, I am moving to Cuidad Juarez, the U.S, is dangerous !!!!!!

And the Arizona Fox News racists are growing in number and be-heading and kidnapping immigrants !!!!!

GeorgeArthur said...

One thing to note is that crime in the USA is always the same, you can see year on year it does not change, while in Mexico it changes quite drastically... Look at Queretaro, from 1 kidnapping to 5, is a 500% increase in crime.

Airelon said...

(Which, incidentally, is a perfect example of the misleading nature of percentiles)