One week ago, I experimented with crime prediction technology
Chicago: Scientists have successfully tested an artificial intelligence algorithm that predicts crime with 90% accuracy a week ago.
Researchers at the University of Chicago in the United States developed this model using past crime data to predict crime in an area of 1,000 square feet. The technology was tested in eight major US cities, including Chicago, Los Angeles and Philadelphia.
Ishano, a professor at the University of Chicago, said scientists have created a digital twin in the urban environment. If it includes data from past events, it will tell you what is going to happen in the future. It’s not magic, it has limitations, but scientists have confirmed it.
The device is reminiscent of a technology featured in the 2002 Full Minority Report, a similar artificial intelligence technology that is being used in Japan to inform citizens about areas with high crime rates.
Details of the latest research are published in the scientific journal Nature Human Behavior.