We live in times when “intelligent machines” are not an element of science fiction but a reality that surrounds us. AI/ML technologies are altering how we exist, making our lives easier, rooting to our phones, cars, finances, and education, to name a few. Criminal justice is one of the fields where artificial intelligence is widely used to ultimately improve public safety. The ecosystem continuously improves, allowing specialists to analyze criminal activity more profoundly. Thus, with AI/ML, it becomes possible to analyze DNA, gunshots, and audio & visual materials faster and more efficiently.
Today, Robin Eklund, AI/ML expert at Sigma Technology Insight Solutions, tells us more about his current assignment at Griffeye, a software helping to solve the crimes in child sexual abuse cases. He explains how such technology helps in crime detection and how it works in practice.