Editorial #241 Garbage in, Garbage out
The saying garbage in, garbage out was first used in 1957 describing the unrealistic expectations of using computers to solve problems. It is foolish to expect an outcome that is worth anything if the logic used to generate the answer is flawed. Data in the hands of bureaucrats has become weaponized. It is not used to give action items to address the problem, but propagandized to justify the trillions spent generating the data only to advance their agenda.