The british police is preparing the artificial intelligence-based system, which would alert you in advance when a person anticipates to commit the crime. Minority Report -film chase was a criminal telepathy. ZUMAPRESS
the British police plans to find future criminals before crimes have been realized. Minority Report -movie scare already in 2002 the idea of the police.
In 2002, published in the Steven Spielberg, directed by science fiction film Minority Report is remembered well about how Tom Cruise presented by the police was hunting telepathy criminals just before they could perpetrate them. In the film based on twin flame telepathy stories, criminals also sentenced to mere intentions, not actual actions.
in the Real world the British NDAS-ai try criminal identification in advance is only the last link in the chain, where the same problem has been addressed by various means. Inter alia, in the united states Santa Clara university has developed the so-called Predpol system, which is focused on finding the predefined areas and places where crime probability forecast to be louder than normal.
the Finnish police vocational school to the principal's Kimmo Himberg according to the similar scheme is also developed at the university of Lausanne in Switzerland. According to him, the swiss experience, especially the so-called everyday crime, have been encouraging, because I saw the police's limited resources have been able to orient to where the crime probability at any given time is the largest.
Although crime prediction developing more and more scientific methods, especially many of the long career to make the police think the best has so far worked in the old practice, where local police know the local people and can work to bring the experience to anticipate risks and address them in advance. However, this is increasingly difficult when the budget cuts with the cops is on the field less and less and the remaining real contacts to different regions of the inhabitants remain distant.
the Interview in advance
britain's national data analysis application NDAS:from the designated system would collect according to the plan constantly to huge amounts of information about people and combine this data with the statistics of crimes, criminals and victims of crime.
the System artificial intelligence is to learn to anticipate when someone is likely doing the crime and thus criminal action can be planned according to intervene even before the crime has taken place. Ai screening would also be potential victims of crime so that they can be warned of the dangers threatening.
the process of pulling the pilot as the middle English of the West Midlands police in conjunction with, inter alia, the London metropolitan police. The purpose is to get the project functioning prototype ready in 2019 early April, and after the action is planned to expand the size of Britain.
the Preliminary plan according to future crimes suspects are not imposed on the prosecution to the lack of crime, but they would have the authority of the preventive interview and possibly other preventive measures target. So the police told the suspect that they should leave the criminals intentions aside, because they are known already in advance. Accordingly, the system can be in advance to warn the person who is in danger of becoming a victim of crime.
New Scientist -the magazine according to the process of leading the police Iain Donnelly according to one of the main cause of system development has been Britain's police funding cuts. This has forced the police to develop new, more cost-effective practices. Whereas previously the police was enough that the block and they felt their own pirates, now the task is given to computers and artificial intelligence.
Tom Cruise was involved in the Minority Report movie, where the criminals were hunted down by some form of telepathy. Zumapress data protection challenge
System development problems are caused by data protection-related laws, which restrict individual personal information relating to the use of the police crime prevention application. The british police have had to wrangle the system of the planned activities of the national data protection authorities.
artificial Intelligence research and the exploitation of specialized alan Turing Institute has warned in a recent report that the NDAS project involves a lot of big ethical issues. One of them is the UN declaration of human rights, the cornerstone, the presumption of innocence, according to which everyone is innocent until guilty in court, proven. If the artificial intelligence, the use of assumed future guilty of the screening, the whole guilt concept blur.
the British Cardiff university Crime and security research institute CSR:n professor Martin Innes evaluate the evening newspaper, that the police's artificial intelligence is based on the NDAS project hardly able to produce at the individual level usable forecasts of future crimes, but it may be a very good tool for police resources to the regional and temporal direction.
Professor Innesin according to police, the ai project is part of the continuous development of the police as a preventive crime-fighting methods development work.
– the Police and other criminal justice professionals have long sought ways to predict different groups of people, places, and events susceptibility to crime, Innes explains.
– NDAS-the process is part of this development. In practice, it means that the police and its partners strive to more effectively collect and analyze information, which is crime prevention relevant, he continued.
Professor Innes, however, warns that artificial intelligence in the use of crime forecasting has a lot of challenges.
– One important thing is that the system is able to produce machine learning to the needs of real algorithms, where the available data can be analyzed. Another very important issue is also the quality of information entered into the system, he continued.
Police work was born a huge number of different information of the background noise, which is a lot of errors. Therefore, the entire pre-warn an artificial intelligence-based crime prevention the success of the operation based on the data used in hit accuracy, Innes sums.