Trilateral Research’s Law Enforcement and Community Safeguarding (LECS) team attended the European Society of Criminology conference in Florence, Italy between 6-9 September 2023 to discuss the use of AI to tackle crime.
The team comprised of Joshua Hughes, Ph.D, Alexander Murphy, Anastasia Kordoni and Pinelopi Troullinou led a roundtable discussion on “Ethical law enforcement AI” and provided expert analysis on the challenges and benefits of using tech and AI to tackle child abuse, money laundering and organised crime.
The team also issued their legal and ethical recommendations on innovation in policing – ensuring leading criminologists in attendance had the latest, cutting edge insights to improve their own research and practice.
Trilateral Research’s LECS team is at the forefront of research and emerging tech in this field, helping practitioners understand how technologies impact their operations, and develop effective solutions that respect privacy- and human rights while being socially acceptable.
Trilateral Research, based in the UK and Ireland, is an award-winning services in research, data protection and cyber-risk, ethics innovation and sociotech insights.
The company states: “We bring our extensive experience from research to co-design ethical and effective solutions to address operational challenges. We are pioneers in applying Privacy and Ethics-by-Design methodologies for law enforcement and community safeguarding.”
(Source: Trilateral Research)