AI in Law Enforcement – presented by Monash Tech Talks

AI in Law Enforcement – presented by Monash Tech Talks

Monash Tech Talks Online webinar
Wednesday, 09 February 2022
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm (AEDT)
Free

The new era of law enforcement

Thanks to its ability to identify, forecast and act autonomously, artificial intelligence has transformed crime prevention.

From face detection to predictive policing, what was impossible is now commonplace. So don’t miss this opportunity to discover how innovative technologies are being used in the field – and where it’s heading next.

Explore how technology is championing justice

In the first Monash Tech Talks event of 2022, you’ll hear from a panel of leading specialists in IT and law on:

  • how authorities are using AI and other next-gen technologies
  • ethical issues that have emerged from leveraging AI in law enforcement
  • what ‘Operation Ironside’ is – and why it matters
  • how Monash is collaborating to develop AI and support safer societies.
  • what the future of law enforcement looks like as technology advances

Meet your host and speakers

Yasmin London
Executive Director, ySafe

ySafe is Australia's largest online safety education organisation. As Executive Director, Yasmin ignites social change through education and courageous conversations.

Together with the team, she has overseen ySafe’s delivery of online safety education to 500,000 kids since its inception, 100,000 parents and 50,000 school staff, educating on multiple aspects of digital wellbeing and online safety.

Having spent 13 years in the NSW Police Force, Yasmin has been at the coalface when it comes to dealing with the real-life consequences of negative online behaviours experienced by young people, parents and advocates trying to navigate the complex digital terrain.


Dr Campbell Wilson
Director, Artificial Intelligence for Law Enforcement and Community Safety Lab

Dr Wilson has keen interests in digital forensics, information retrieval, machine learning and bioinformatics.

Since his PhD in the probabilistic modeling of image databases, Dr Wilson has published extensively in a range of areas such as information retrieval, privacy-enhancing technologies, health information provision, user interface design and content-based image databases. He has also supervised a number of PhD candidates to completion, and currently oversees PhD projects in diverse specialisations such as forensic data mining, information retrieval, dynamic adaptation of websites, musical genre recognition and region-based image retrieval.

Dr Wilson is currently the co-director of the AiLECS Lab, a partnership with the Australian Federal Police. He is also a celebrated senior lecturer and Associate Dean (International) in the Faculty of IT at Monash.


Associate Professor Maria O’Sullivan
Deputy Director, Castan Centre for Human Rights Law, Monash Law

Associate Professor O’Sullivan is the author of a number of international and national publications on the subject of human rights, public law and technology.

Her recent publications include papers on the public law implications of automated decision-making (Vol 43(3) UNSW Law Journal; and Vol 26(1) Australian Journal of Administrative Law) and the human rights implications of the CovidSafe App and digital vaccine passports.

She is also a regular media commentator on human rights and public law and has been published in The Age, Sydney Morning Herald and The Conversation.


Doug Boudry
Commander, Australian Federal Police

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Host

Yasmin London

Executive Director, ySafe

Speakers

Associate Professor Campbell Wilson

Director, Artificial Intelligence for Law Enforcement and Community Safety Lab

Associate Professor Maria O'Sullivan

Deputy Director, Castan Centre for Human Rights Law, Monash Law

Doug Boudry

Commander, Australian Federal Police

Event contact

Sam Beadle

Senior Events Coordinator E: sam.beadle@monash.edu

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