They Made a Future-Seeing Robot

Researchers from the University of Chicago in the United States have developed a robot that can predict future crimes and certain events. The robot, which showed 90 percent success after pressing the button, surprised everyone. The robot, which was developed in the USA and aimed to see future crimes, was 90 percent successful. The positive results surprised everyone. According to the news in Independent Turkish, this technology was exhibited in 8 big cities of the USA, including Chicago, Los Angeles and Philadelphia.

Robot Predicts the Future

Professor Ishanu Chattopadhyay from the University of Chicago said: “We’ve created a digital twin of urban environments. It tells you what will happen in the future if you feed it with data from the past. It’s not magic, there are limitations, but we validated it and it really works.”


A Similar System Is Used in Japan

A similar AI-based technology is already being used to inform citizen patrol routes in some municipalities in Japan, where crime is statistically more likely in certain areas at certain times.

The different variations of this technology have sparked controversy, and the Crime and Victimization Risk Model implemented by the Chicago Police Department in 2012 was found to be flawed due to the use of historically biased data.

Focusing on the Hot Spot

These efforts also relied on a seismic approach that crime occurs in “hot spots” where it spreads. In contrast, the Chicago-based researchers included the relationship between cities’ complex social environment and the effects of crime and police power.

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