How AI Found Flint's Lead Pipes, and Then Humans Lost Them

The Atlantic - Technology 

More than a thousand days after the water problems in Flint, Michigan, became national news, thousands of homes in the city still have lead pipes, from which the toxic metal can leach into the water supply. To remedy the problem, the lead pipes need to be replaced with safer, copper ones. That sounds straightforward, but it is a challenge to figure out which homes have lead pipes in the first place. The City's records are incomplete and inaccurate. And digging up all the pipes would be costly and time-consuming.

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