Four of today's news items prompted this question. The above have variously been found guilty of murder, rape and mugging an elderly woman twice. I dunno about you, but whenever I see a mugshot of some evil b.astard who's been found guilty of a horrible crime, I look at their eyes and think to myself it's bleeding obvious they'd be up to no good. Every single time. In the Rotherhan abuse scandal, there wasn't one of those found guilty who had a face you'd warm to, let alone trust any more than you'd want to trust a Tory MP. I bet you any money you like, that artificial intelligence could pick the felons, wrongdoers, potential yardbirds and general ne'er do wells out in seconds and save hours of policework, before their crimes were committed. Is it only the fear that too many Tory MPs might end up getting arrested that prevents such a technology being used by the police?