CBRNE Ltd. presents at 2024 InCyber Forum

CBRNE Ltd is pleased to advise that Lindsay Clutterbuck and Irina Marsh (supported by Donatella Casaburo [Legal Researcher at KU Leuven Centre for IT and IP Law (CiTiP)]) are to give two Round Table presentations at the 2024 InCyber Forum, which will take place on 26, 27 and 28 March 2024 at Lille Grand Palais.  The topics are:

  1. Irina Marsh and Donatella Casaburo – The ALIGNER Fundamental Rights Impact Assessment for the deployment of AI at Law Enforcement Agencies

Artificial intelligence can enhance law enforcement agencies’ capabilities to prevent, investigate, detect and prosecute crimes, as well as to predict and anticipate them. However, despite the numerous promised benefits, the use of AI systems in the law enforcement domain raises numerous ethical and legal concerns. The ALIGNER Fundamental Rights Impact Assessment (AFRIA) is a tool addressed to LEAs who aim to deploy AI systems for law enforcement purposes within the EU. The AFRIA is a reflective exercise, seeking to further enhance LEAs’ already existing legal and ethical governance systems, by assisting them in building and demonstrating compliance with ethical principles and fundamental rights while deploying AI systems.”

  1. Lindsay Clutterbuck – Developing AI technology-focused policy recommendations for Police and Law Enforcement Agencies: The Project ALIGNER approach

Development in the fields of data availability and AI technologies present ever greater challenges for law enforcement and policing. Criminals are exploiting new technology more quickly than law enforcement can bring new techniques to bear. AI provides the opportunity to commit new types of crime, enables some crime types to be committed on an industrial scale and facilitates many forms of ‘traditional’ crime. At the same time, the AI technology that enables these new crime patterns also offers opportunities for policing and law enforcement. To explore the opportunities and challenges it presents, project ALIGNER has established a forum for exchange between practitioners from policing law enforcement, civil society, policymaking, research, and industry to collaborate in identifying policy recommendations tailored to the operational needs of police and law enforcement agencies”