Head of Scotland Yard warns reliance on AI in policing could lead to a dystopian future

Metropolitan Police commissioner Cressida Dick has issued a stark warning about the use of artificial intelligence in policing.

Cressida Dick acknowledged that AI-based tools had the potential to help fight crime but said the use of such tools had to be accompanied by strict rules to prevent abuse.

“The real problem with deep-learning AI solutions being used in policing is that they have the potential to make discriminatory decisions without being detected,” explained Ben Taylor, CTO at Rainbird, which develops AI-powered automation technologies.

To read the full article, see Head of Scotland Yard warns reliance on AI in policing could lead to a dystopian future on AI Business.

 

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