Software Engineer Kesha Williams Creates Futuristic Policing Technology, S.A.M. - Lioness Magazine
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Software Engineer Kesha Williams Creates Futuristic Policing Technology, S.A.M.

Sharelle M. Burt S.A.M., short for Suspicious Activity Monitor, is a futuristic policing technology predicting the likelihood of crime. Reminiscent of the artificial technology used in the film, "Minority Report," we talk to creator Kesha Williams about the possibilities of her invention.
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Sharelle M. Burt S.A.M., short for Suspicious Activity Monitor, is a futuristic policing technology predicting the likelihood of crime. Reminiscent of the artificial technology used in the film, “Minority Report,” we talk to creator Kesha Williams about the possibilities of her invention.

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Sharelle M. Burt

Sharelle M. Burt is a Marketing Specialist/Freelance Writer out of Charlotte, NC. A self-proclaimed 'beautiful dreamer,' she spends a lot of her time recording her podcast, "Headwraps & Lipsticks," spending time with family and her dog, Patrick. She also the Director of the Youth and Young Adults in Christian Ministry at her church.