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Security technologies and social implications, edited by Garik Markarian [and three others]

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Summary
"In contrast to classic tools, modern policing and security requires the development and implementation of new technologies using AI, Machine Learning, social media tracking, drones, robots, GIS, computer vision, and more. As crime in general and cybercrime in particular, become more and more sophisticated, security requires a complex mix of social measures which include prevention, detection, investigation and prosecution. Effective solutions to this problem require continuous synergy and innovation from different scientific fields and their incorporation into the day-to-day practice of law enforcement agencies (LEAs). The use of technologies by LEAs is mandated in two different ways: - use of legacy technologies and novel platforms specifically dedicated for LEA applications (which we will refer to as professional LEA technology platforms) - technologies introduced for other (e.g. consumer) applications but which can be utilised by LEAs enabling new ways of activities (which we will refer to as consumer technologies). Law enforcement agencies need to understand technologies available, uses and limitations, and ethical, regulatory or legal issues."--, Provided by publisher
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Copyright
Physical Description
1 online resource (368 pages)
Specific Material Designation
remote
Form Of Item
online
Isbn
9781119834168

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