Developing Artificially Intelligent Law Enforcement

February 14, 2019 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

​Artificial intelligence is already influencing how police and judges select investigative targets, process evidence, and impose punishment. On Feb. 14, PULSE convened a small, interdisciplinary workshop to explore issues of AI law enforcement by focusing on three aspects of its development. First, the design of AI systems, including technical and legal aspects. Second, the rules that should govern AI law enforcement, including constitutional and statutory law. Finally, the dynamic reactions of other institutional actors over time.

Presenters

Jeffery Brantingham                         UCLA Anthropology & PredPol

Guy van den Broeck                          UCLA Computer Science

YooJung Choi                                     UCLA Computer Science

Jessica Eaglin                                    Maurer School of Law, Indiana University Bloomington

Andrew Ferguson                              University of the District of Columbia

Stephen Henderson                           The University of Oklahoma College of Law

Manon Jendly                                    Universite de Lausanne & UCLA School of Law

Elizabeth Joh                                     UC Davis School of Law

Kiel Brennan-Marquez                     UConn School of Law

Richard Re                                         UCLA School of Law

Alicia Solow-Niederman                   UCLA School of Law

Megan Thorne Stevenson                 George Mason University Law School