AI helping to predict criminal suspects’ behaviour

The police constabulary in the UK city of Durham has been testing out an AI-based Harm Assessment Risk Tool (HART) designed to predict the likelihood that a person arrested on criminal charges will re-offend if released on bail.

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    2017
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Companies in a race to hire cyber-security specialists

  • 01 Aug
    2017
  • 20 min
Prospective

Is the darknet really all that dark?

  • 13 Jul
    2017
  • 20 min
Smart city

Autonomous Vehicles will require ‘smart’ roads

  • 04 Jul
    2017
  • 10 min
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Physical Tokens Set to Become a Real Alternative to Passwords?

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