Bihar Police will soon use artificial intelligence (AI) technology to nab those involved in illegal liquor trade and other crimes. A senior police officer gave this information on Friday. He informed that the AI system will automate all the tasks digitally.
Patna Bihar Police will soon use artificial intelligence (AI) technology to nab those involved in illegal liquor trade and other crimes. A senior police officer gave this information on Friday. He informed that the AI mechanism will automate all the tasks digitally, the force will no longer need to maintain the records manually. Once launched, it will help policemen in nabbing gangs or individuals involved in illegal liquor trade in the state. It will be easier to identify their area of operation with real-time analytics and automated processes.
State Crime Records Bureau (SCRB) Additional Director General (ADG) Kamal Kishore Singh said, law enforcement agencies are already revealing the potential of AI in multiple ways across the country. The Liquor Prohibition Act, which came into force in April 2016, bans the manufacture, sale and consumption of liquor in the state. Singh said Bihar Police is planning to take necessary measures to create a dedicated Information Technology (IT) cadre within the force. It has recently sent a proposal in this matter to the Ministry of Home Affairs. The proposed cadre will have around 2,000 officers and personnel, including IT inspectors and IT constables, the Additional Director General (ADG) said.
IT cadre officers will handle all the functions of the AI system. Singh said from the point of view of crime handling and management, AI tools will help in exploratory analysis. All documents including criminal records will be scanned and digitized, which will assist the force at the ground level.
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