Queensland police to trial AI tool designed to predict and prevent domestic violence incidents
Queensland police are preparing to begin trials of an artificial intelligence system to identify high-risk domestic violence offenders, and officers intend to use the data to “knock on doors” before serious escalation.
The “actuarial tool” uses data from the police Qprime computer system to develop a risk assessment of all potential domestic and family violence offenders.
The algorithm has been in development for about three years and practical trials will begin in some police districts before the end of 2021.
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