Improvised Explosive Device

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In 2012, the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) was forced to publish the list of 377 keywords and phrases it uses to monitor emails and social media. The list provides insights into what intelligence agencies regard as “signs of terrorist or other types of threats against the United States”. Replacing the YOLO9000 vocabulary with these words is a gesture that draws attention to the use of artificial vision as a mass surveillance tool.