UK Government planning AI redaction software for police

15/03/2024 | DIGIT

The Home Office has announced plans for the police to use artificial intelligence (AI) powered automated redaction technology to strengthen data protection measures in the law enforcement sector. The proposed technology aims to streamline the process for digital media, audio, and video files used in criminal investigations while protecting sensitive information. The proposal follows Chancellor Jeremy Hunt's Spring Budget allocation of over £230 million to UK policing, earmarked for implementing time-saving technologies.

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