Assorted links for Thursday

A new research study suggests that the use of wearable video cameras by police officers is associated with a 3.64% increase in shooting-deaths of civilians by the police. The study also found that “found that body cameras were associated with a larger increase in shooting deaths of African Americans and hispanics than whites and Asians”.

Ford promises “a fully automated driverless vehicle for commercial ride-sharing in 2021”.

Wintel Rides Again: Intel and Microsoft are teaming up to bring Virtual Reality to ordinary folks.

Anti-trust’s blind spot – swallowing your start-up competitors before they can really get going. All the digital giants are doing it. They hate competition, you see.

“The Generations of Economic Journalism”. Great essay on the significance of Walter Lippmann.