Cops using artificial intelligence to stop crimes BEFORE they happen, researchers warn

MINORITY CRIME REPORTS Academics highlight the technology which is letting policemen detect crime which hasn’t taken place yet Cops are already using computers to stop crimes before they happen, academics have warned. In a major piece of research called “Artificial Intelligence and life in 2030”, researchers from Stanford University said “predictive policing” techniques would become commonplace in the next 15 years. Samantha Morton starred in Minority Report, playing a woman who had pre-cognitive abilities and could predict crimes before they happened Read more: Terrorists ‘actively seeking’ to build deadly army of intelligent killer robots, UN warns The academics discussed the crime fighting implications of “machine learning”, which allows computers to learn for themselves and then solve problems just like a human. This technique will have a major effect on transport, healthcare and education, potentially bringing…


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