That's the camera to citizen ratio in the safest city in the world. Roughly 416 cameras per city block. In total, five million unblinking eyes, and none of them can tell State-employee Marus Winde where his seven-year-old son is.
As Senior Algorithm Architect for the State's predictive policing program, Marus has made a career out of keeping his country and its citizens safe. Analyzing countless bits of data to differentiate between common and criminal, the code is absolute.
But when it fails to protect his son, Marus discovers that the program he developed is not only flawed, but dangerous, and that even the greatest of technological advancements can’t replicate human instinct. Betraying the system to make his family whole again, there’s no predicting how far he will go.