Artificial Intelligence in the Context of Crime and Criminal Justice

Artificial Intelligence in the Context of Crime and Criminal Justice

Unmanned vehicles, surgical robots, industrial robots and other artificial Intelligence (AI) entities are in common use across the globe. Such use may be personal, medical, military, commercial, or industrial. This research examines the current and future use of AI technologies and their potential impacts on major stakeholders in the criminal justice system.

Benoît Dupont, ACT researcher, Yuan Stevens, Hannes Westermann, who are also working at the Cyberjustice Laboratory and Michael Joyce provide, in their recent report, the way in applying AI to address criminal justice needs, such as identifying individuals and their actions in videos relating to criminal activity or public safety, DNA analysis, gunshot detection, and crime forecasting to help scholars and professionals around the world interested in AI for criminal justice purposes.

For more information on the report, please refer to the attached PDF.

This content has been updated on 11/25/2019 at 10 h 54 min.