Where’s the AI in policing?

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With all the hype surrounding advancing AI technologies such as ChatGPT, we explore why UK policing doesn’t seem to be benefiting from it, despite its potential to be able to fix some of the challenges faced by the Met Police.

With AI at the forefront of innovation, there is a prevailing sense that it holds promise for transforming the way police forces operate by optimising resources and enhancing public safety.

However, the integration of AI into police practices seems to lag behind, leaving many to question why the benefits of these advancing technologies have not been fully realised.

To shed light on this intriguing issue, this video features an interview with Rick Muir, the Director of the Police Foundation, to understand why this is the case.

Featured image by Sonya.

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