Crime and Punishment in the Age of Artificial Intelligence
Hannes WESTERMANN, Yuan STEVENS « Crime and Punishment in the Age of Artificial Intelligence », Cycle de conférence Jeunes chercheurs, Chaire LexUM, 19 février 2019.
En anglais seulement.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is one of the most promising technologies of recent years. By sifting through and detecting patterns in enormous datasets, it allows computers to learn about the real world and predict unseen future cases. Recent advances have allowed AI to begin to enter areas previously reserved for humans, such as driving cars and recognizing spoken voice. AI has the potential to affect all areas of society – including that of crime and crime prevention.
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