In light of recent blog posts about the use of facial recognition being used by law enforcement, this podcast episode from Cognalytica seems timely and relevant.

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AI Today Podcast #89: AI in Law Enforcement — Use Case Series

Law enforcement is increasing seeing benefits from AI technologies including scanning video footage for anomalies, augmenting capabilities around surveillance and crowd control, transcribing audio, facial recognition technologies, and helping detect counterfeit items. Through AI, law enforcement agencies are enabled to do more than they ever could before to keep the peace, catch and identify and prevent threats before they occur, and speed up the time it takes to catch criminals and solve crimes.

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Here’s an interesting episode of AI Today where hosts Kathleen Walch and Ronald Schmelzer talk about the 7 Patterns of AI. Press the play button below to listen here or visit the show page.

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AI Today Podcast #85: The Seven Patterns of AI

Cognilytica has spent a considerable amount of time on AI use cases and how different industries are using various AI and cognitive technologies and we’ve found that there are seven common patterns that seem to continuously show up in all these use cases. Some use cases use a single pattern for their application while others combine a few together.

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AI Today Podcast #82: Interview Frank La Vigne and Andy Leonard with Data Driven Podcast

In this podcast we get the rare opportunity to interview fellow podcasters. Frank La Vigne and Andy Leonard are co-hosts of the Data Driven podcast and joined us on this episode of the AI Today podcast to discuss the important role data plays in AI, their take on how data will continue to be used into the future and the idea of pervasive knowledge.

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In this episode of Data Driven, Frank and Andy talk to two guests, Ronald Schmelzer and Kathleen Walch, co-founders of Cognilytica and co-hosts of the AI Today podcast.

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