The Hague, 18 May 2020. UNICRI, through its Centre on Artificial Intelligence and Robotics, and INTERPOL's Innovation Centre in Singapore have released a new joint report "Towards Responsible AI Innovation" as part of their ongoing cooperation exploring the opportunities and potential pitfalls of artificial intelligence (AI) for law enforcement.
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