The Belgian police force began using artificial intelligence in the arrest of the criminals and in the investigation of the crime scene.
In an information contest, “What are the common point of the International Space Station (ISS) and the Belgian police force?” , you can call it the same artificial intelligence software without thinking. Artificial intelligence systems, developed to assist astronauts on the go, are beginning to be used to capture the criminals. Police organizations in Belgium, using the artificial intelligence system, said that the more efficient screening of data accelerated the work and helped them.
The artificial intelligence software used became the common point of the International Space Station and the Belgian police. About 15 years ago, the artificial intelligence developed by “Space Applications Services” was designed to answer simple questions such as “What is this?” And “Where is this?” That astronaut is asking. The Belgian police, which integrates an improved version of the same artificial intelligence module into their systems, uses it to examine criminals and criminal territories.
The Belgian police are very pleased with the system, which examines all textual records in its systems, including social media, and identifies potential criminals within seconds. The consequences are that many police departments are interested, and by the middle of this year, similar systems will begin to be used in different countries. In addition, China is using artificial intelligence software developed by its own to develop its citizens who have the potential to commit a crime. So, how good and how successful are these kinds of software in our country?