Police officers raise concerns about 'biased' AI data
Police officers have raised concerns about using "biased" artificial-intelligence tools, a report commissioned by one of the UK government's advisory bodies reveals.
The study warns such software may "amplify" prejudices, meaning some groups could become more likely to be stopped in the street and searched.
It says officers also worry they could become over-reliant on automation.
And it says clearer guidelines are needed for facial recognition's use.