What Are The Risks Of Not Sharing Data For Safeguarding Children?

Child exploitation is too often hidden in plain sight which makes it hard to detect and tackle. In response, Trilateral Research has co-designed the CESIUM Application with Lincolnshire Police to identify children who are vulnerable to exploitation. CESIUM promotes intelligence collaboration for safeguarding children by using our ethical artificial intelligence (Ethical AI) to gain new […]

CESIUM shines a light on the hidden exploitation of children

In a recent validation test, CESIUM identified 16 children several months before they were referred by safeguarding partners. A child being exploited has no voice, lives in fear of those exploiting them, and is hopeless to find a way out; they can depend only upon responsible adults in their community to recognise the signs and […]

Webinar: What is the Role of Ethical AI in Safeguarding Children? A CESIUM Case Study.

Date Wednesday 9th November Time 10am – 12pm Speakers Kush Wadhwa, CEO/CTO, Trilateral Research Jonathan McAdam, Chief Superintendent, Lincolnshire Police Stephen Anning, Product Manager, Trilateral Research Dr. Filippo Marchetti, Data Protection Services Manager, Trilateral Research Find out how Trilateral Research and Lincolnshire Police used Ethical AI to find 16 vulnerable children months before they were […]

How to Conduct an Ethics Assessment of AI in Policing

Crucially, ethical scrutiny must engage all aspects of the policing context. The context for adopting AI is neither solely technical nor solely societal in importance; it is a socio-technical interaction whereby technological systems (law enforcement or safeguarding) are designed by humans (developers) for humans (police) with an impact on individuals (citizens, residents, suspects, victims) and […]

Assessing the Ethical Implications of Artificial Intelligence In Policing workshop – 14th ACM Web Science Conference

Trilateral Research is organizing the half day workshop “Assessing the Ethical Implications of Artificial Intelligence In Policing” to be held as part of the 14th ACM Web Science Conference (WebSci’22) taking place 26-29 June 2022 in Barcelona (and hybrid). Workshop theme The adoption of artificial intelligence in the context of Policing includes significant benefits with […]

Unleashing the Power of AI: Explainability and Transparency are the Keys to Promote Ethics, Trust and Inclusion in Digital Policing

Since Artificial Intelligence is inherently neither good nor bad, it can be used in improper ways—even unintentionally—causing significant harm and infringing on fundamental rights, but it also holds great promise to promote individual wellbeing and solve societal problems. The development and use of AI require ethical values to ensure that AI tools are developed and […]

The Interplay of Explicit and Tacit Knowledge with Automated Systems for Safeguarding Children

The UK’s Digital Policing Strategy prioritises “the power of digital technologies and behaviours to identify the risk of harm and protect the vulnerable in the physical and digital world”. In support of this priority, Trilateral Research is collaborating with Lincolnshire Police to co-design and develop CESIUM, a data analytics and AI platform for safeguarding children who […]

Online gambling: how can we combat the perfect disguise to transfer illicit profits?

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Online gambling and money laundering have become the perfect partners. In 2020 the Online Gambling Gross Income in Europe reached approximately 24 billion Euros. According to EUROPOL, the EU loses an estimated 120 billion Euros annually due to money laundering. Add cryptocurrency into the mix and you face a challenge unforeseen by law enforcement agencies […]

Critical Security – 4th Annual West Coast Conference

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We are delighted to participate in the 4th Annual West Coast Conference which will be held from 22-26 November 2021, and this year’s theme covers “Critical Security”. The event, organised by Canadian Association for Security & Intelligence Studies Vancouver (CASIS), offers a platform to discuss the development of human security tools and methodology for military […]