'Wisdom of the Crowd' Review: Solving a Murder? There's an App for That

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'Wisdom of the Crowd' Review: Solving a Murder? There's an App for That

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The core conceit behind “Wisdom of the Crowd” isn’t exactly ripped from the headlines—it’s from an Israeli TV drama of the same name. But it progresses instinctively enough from what’s happening here and there in both social media and crime: A year after his daughter’s murder, a Zuckerbergian figure named Jeffrey Tanner (Jeremy Piven) abdicates his throne in Silicon Valley and launches an app intended to help find the killer. Crowd-sourced criminal investigation, in other words; the hive mind as an aggregator of evidence.

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