The Delhi Police, by 2020, aspires to adopt “technology based policing” by using smart policing, artificial intelligence, and self-learning systems among other advanced technologies, it was announced on Friday. Also Read - Realme announces 'D' under its TechLife division; will focus on smart home devicesAlso Read - Sony leading image sensor market, Samsung still trails behind
The plan was discussed in a review meeting chaired by Lt Governor Anil Baijal on the future of Delhi Police. Also Read - Instagram uses AI to automatically hide offensive comments
“Delhi Police should enhance its human resource capability to enable use of technology effectively and efficiently,” Baijal said at the meeting attended by Commissioner of Police Amulya Patnaik, Special and Joint Commissioners of police among others. ALSO READ: Microsoft, Karnataka government sign MoU to use AI for digital agriculture
Baijal was also informed about the action plan for the next three years like use of data analytics based predictive policing, connected multi-jurisdictional records, return of human intelligence as the centrepiece, centralised database for remote suspect verification, single platform for seamless delivery of services, an official statement said.
The Delhi Police will also partner with academic institutions to develop systems for the future. ALSO READ: One in three smartphones to be AI-ready in 2020: Counterpoint Research