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Cenid develops a project to improve local citizen security through artificial intelligence

   ALICANTE, 16 Mar.

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Cenid develops a project to improve local citizen security through artificial intelligence


The Alicante Province Digital Intelligence Center (Cenid), promoted by the Alicante Provincial Council, the University of Alicante (UA) and the Miguel Hernández de Elche University (UMH), has developed a project based on improving security local citizen through the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI).

This initiative, developed by professors from the UMH, seeks to identify and cover "all areas susceptible to improvement" of the security forces and bodies through AI, as reported by the entity in a statement.

Cenid has pointed out that despite the fact that, in recent years, different proposals for tools and initiatives have proliferated in Spain that help guide patrolling and assist in decision-making, these advances "need to be optimized", through systems algorithmic-based digital

For this, researchers and professors from the UMH have developed a project that seeks to cover the specific needs of the security forces through Digital Intelligence.

The person in charge of the project, Fernando Miró, has highlighted that they are based on an "essentially local and provincial" philosophy, where they seek to bring digitization closer to all municipalities and people. "To do this, we must first meet and cover the digital needs of security forces," he pointed out, since it allows them to detect "what they really need before creating or buying any tool."

To carry out this study, they brought together a group of agents from the Local, National and Civil Guard Police. There, they raised different needs focused on their respective fields, such as improving tools that can be used in those areas or districts where coverage is scarce.

During this study, they moved the requirement to create a shared database that they could have global access to regardless of which body they were part of.

Sandra Pérez, project researcher, has pointed out that the common demand of all of them is to be able to have access to this information. However, she has specified that it is necessary "to focus on other urgent requirements such as geolocation between colleagues or identifying hot spots through algorithmic applications with 'machine learning' systems".

Within this project, digital initiatives have also been carried out that facilitate the work of the security forces to guarantee citizen security, such as the development of an algorithm with which it was intended to reduce the messages that had to be read by the police in relation to terrorist radicalization at European level.

Specifically, Miró has detailed that, currently, they are developing two proposals such as 'Fake Penal', which will deal with disinformation on criminal law and criminal policy, in addition to 'Ius_machinA', on the use of Artificial Intelligence and algorithms in the field court and prison.