Dutch Police want to use artificial intelligence in cold cases

There are about fifteen hundred cold cases in the Netherlands, including thousands of unsolved murders. In the investigation into these cases – which sometimes go back thirty years – the police are now on the verge of a new technological development: the use of artificial intelligence to map which cold cases contain promising traces.

The Dutch police wants to use artificial intelligence in cold cases to see which cases contain promising traces, so that they can still be solved with the help of new forensic techniques. The police has announced this via their own website.


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