Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Criminal Justice System AI to predict crimes and as a criminal intelligence tool
|Organizer||Academy of European Law (ERA)|
|Venue||Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary University of London, 6769 Lincoln's Inn Fields / London, United Kingdom|
The rapid progress of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine-learning raises key questions regarding benefits and risks for the criminal justice system.
This event will focus on how AI could be used to predict crimes and as a criminal intelligence tool, enabling the shift from a traditionally reactionary approach to crime-fighting to one that is more proactive and preventative in character.
It is aimed at judges, lawyers, prosecutors, police investigators and civil servants with a view to highlighting the aspects of artificial intelligence already in use today as well as the changes and opportunities on the horizon.
- AI and its implications for the criminal justice system
- Using AI in criminal intelligence
- AI to predict crimes
- The internet industry approach to AI
- AI, ethics and privacy
Who should attend?
Defence lawyers, in-house counsel, judges, prosecutors, law enforcement authorities, civil servants and policymakers active in the field of criminal law.
For details about the conference programme, registration and fees, please consult the event website.