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Analytics For Crime Prevention, Indiqa Analytics AI Course, Delhi, Chennai: INTRODUCTION
Analytics For Crime Prevention, Indiqa Analytics AI Course, Delhi, Chennai: Artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things has brought a change already in the way agencies operate. Smart devices, virtual meeting tools, cloud, newer tracking tools arm agencies with real-time insights to anticipate threats, helps make faster and better decisions, and also coordinate responses.
Research has persuaded leading criminologists to believe that certain types of proactive policing, such as aspects of hot spots policing, can curb crime, especially in targeted areas. Manchester Police Department powered their digital investigations with IBM, to become proactive with predictive policing. This led to a 28% reduction in crime rate even in the midst of reduced personnel and while facing an acute opioid epidemic.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the launch of the book ‘Bridgital India’ said the debate should not be on the dangers of artificial intelligence or robots outsmarting humans, it “should be on how to create a bridge between artificial intelligence and human intentions.”
Technology is surely a bridge and not a divider. “Technology builds bridge between aspirations and achievement, demand and delivery, government and governance,” thus embracing technology is meant to serve more efficiently.
There are priorities involved as is seen by extreme vetting of security in China accused of building a digital dictatorship meant to exert control over the 1.4 billion population. Facial recognition and an intricate network of identification rules there. With gait analysis, though more complex than other biometrics, computationally, people can be identified from far, even with their back turned or face covered as it analyses all the features of an entire body. There has been research on gait recognition in Japan, UK and U.S. for over a decade. Police on the streets of Beijing and Shanghai, use it as a new surveillance tool. The push across China to use artificial intelligence and data-driven surveillance is raising concerns on the real reach of the silhouette movement of technology!
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