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Local and national authorities worry around the use predictive AI and facial recognition tools

by Futures Centre, Apr 7
1 minute read

Artificial intelligence technology is making its mark on every aspect of our personal and professional lives. Policing is no exception. For several years, police officers have been using software for facial recognition, crowd monitoring, and crime prevention.

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So what?

Predictive policing based purely on technology remains controversial
with concerns around its human-like decision-making and its impacts on profiling and biases especially if this is to scale in the future.



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