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Force gets flak for sorting offenders using 'crude' stereotypes

Feeding 'offensive' profiles through artificial intelligence to make decisions on freedom and justice is 'truly dystopian', says privacy group.

Force gets flak for sorting offenders using 'crude' stereotypes

Date - 11th April 2018
By - Sophie Garrod - Police Oracle
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A force trialling software to help custody sergeants make decisions has faced criticism for basing information on “primitive” stereotypes. Durham Police has paid global data broker Experian for UK postcode stereotypes built on 850...
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