Report: Beijing to use AI to fight crime

Person of interest: An electronic billboard displaying the picture of a man found jaywalking. — China Daily/Asia News Network

BEIJING: China is looking to predict and prevent crime with the help of AI technology, according to a Financial Times report.

Facial recognition company Cloud Walk is helping police develop a system that tracks individuals’ movements and behaviour to assess their chances of committing a crime.

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