Artificial Intelligence and the Criminal Justice System
How is artificial intelligence impacting on the criminal justice practices and systems around the world?
IN-CJ is hosting a live discussion on the role of ‘Artificial Intelligence and the Criminal Justice System’, the first of seven events in our 2022 programme. With a panel of experts and a live audience, we will be discussing what changes AI is bringing and how Artificial Intelligence is already impacting criminal justice practice. Issues and questions to be covered: what are the values and ethics of AI in criminal justice practice? Are practitioners ready for the changes that are coming? What are the challenges presented by AI, and will they be a positive benefit for future services? What will be the impact of AI for service users, and where will AI take us in the coming years?
In a round table conversation, contributions will be made by
• Dr Victoria Knight, De Montfort University, United Kingdom
• Prof Mike Nellis, University of Strathclyde, Scotland
• Pia Puolakka, Smart Prison Project, Finland
• Matt Rowland, Technology Innovation Consultant for Criminal Justice, United States
• Steven van de Steene, Smart Corrections, Belgium.