Machine learning, an application of AI, promises to support law enforcement to more effectively and efficiently identify persons of interest, stolen vehicles or suspicious sounds and behaviour; predict trends in criminality or terrorist action; track illicit money flows; and flag and respond to terrorist use of the internet. Its use by law enforcement is not, however, without controversy and very real and serious human rights concerns have been raised that can damage and undermine the trust placed in law enforcement by the community.
Facilitated by UNICRI and Interpol.
Head of the Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics
United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute
Head of Research
Head of Adaptive Policing Lab
INTERPOL’s Innovation Centre Directorate
Senior Advisor ICT in the department of business governance
Oslo Police District
Assistant Lecturer & Researcher
KU Leuven Faculty of Law