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For his "Executive Decision" segment, Cramer spoke with Rick Smith, co-founder and CEO of Taser International (TASR) , makers of non-lethal weapons and evidence management systems. Shares of Taser have been strong, up 12% so far in 2017 and up more than 76% over the past 12 months.

Smith said that Taser's two recent acquisitions are about adding artificial intelligence to their platform to help analyze the petabytes of video evidence footage Taser cameras are collecting. He said police officers today spend much of their time typing up reports, which is why Taser aims to have reports recorded and transcribed, so officers can get back to their jobs.

When asked about their platform, Smith said that of the big cities that use body cameras, 85% have chosen Taser and the majority of those use his company's complete platform. Smith said research shows that using body cameras decreases complaints about police by 93% and increases the number of guilty pleas by 20%.

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