EU fundamental rights experts warn that biased programmed algorithms can amplify and lead to discrimination when used in AI-powered policing. That’s according to a report presented by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA). Indeed surveillance and predictive policing through AI are claimed to be the most controversial trend, but one that has important implications for the future of cities and societies.
Against this background the EU-funded projects NOTIONES and popAI organize a webinar, which will provide an overview of best practices and experiences with the application by law enforcement agencies across Europe of AI and algorithmic tools for policing. The event will aim to also shed light on existing challenges and gaps and related innovation solutions.