The rate of innovation in the field of Artificial Intelligence is astounding and is already more widespread in society than is often perceived. AI being relatively a new concept for law enforcement, there are expertise gaps which need to be filled and the emerging technology landscape needs to be continuously monitored to ensure preparedness. Advancements in AI and robotics can bring both opportunities as well as risks, which require a strategic approach and the investment of effort and resources.
This programme aims to equip the participants with comprehensive and in-depth understanding about applications of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the effective functioning of Police force in the country. The Legal, ethical and technical intricacies of AI will be covered through theoretical-practical and use-case based approaches.
3 Days online programme through Zoom platform
National and International Faculty including University Professors and Technology Experts
Practical demonstration of AI Applications
Participation of officers across India from Police, Paramilitary forces (CISF, CRPF, ITBP, SSB etc.) Coast Guard & Navy and registered Private Security
In policing, the term “artificial intelligence” refers to growing use of technologies that apply algorithms to large sets of data to either assist human police work or replace it. Defined in this way, AI is already a significant factor in police work that, by increasing efficiency and providing insights from big data, can provide real benefits to the police as they tackle crime and enforce the law.
But, research has unearthed the dangers of hidden bias in AI systems. These biases can lie in the training data, algorithms, and overall design of the systems themselves. The introduction of such bias should raise alarms when applied to a criminal justice system.
When AI systems begin to inform basic decisions affecting civil liberties—including surveillance, detention, and arrest—police agencies must be prepared to address questions beyond narrow considerations of cost and ease of use.
At the same time, while the technological revolution is dramatically changing how people, the media, governments, businesses and policy-makers operate, there are two perspectives for law enforcement to bear in mind: the beneficial use and the malicious use.
It is important for Law enforcement officers to advance their understanding of:
- The risk of malicious use of AI by criminal and terrorist groups, including new digital, physical, and political attacks
- The social impact of using AI and robotics in law enforcement
- Fairness, accountability and transparency in the use of Artificial
Ref: United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute
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