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Computer vision is a segment of Artificial Intelligence (AI) used to enable systems and computers to analyze and extract information from visual data, such as digital images, video files and other visualized assets. Computer vision allows the extraction to take actions or make recommendations based on that information. As the ultimate aim of AI is to enable computers to think, simulating the human brain’s functions, then computer vision provides them with the essence to see, observe and recognize elements. Due to this functionality, Computer Vision provides plenty of potential applications, as shown in the following graph.

Computer vision creates a unique learning experience for new skills building and key competencies development

In the context of LAW-GAME, the SQD Computer Vision team leverages ML/AI techniques applied to digital images of accident and crime scenes, in order to detect the exact position of suspicious objects, in a subtask of Computer Vision, called instance segmentation. Instance segmentation is the technique of detecting, segmenting, and classifying every individual object in an image. In addition, works on Deep Convolutional Neural Networks (D-CNN) for human presence, and human pose recognition when AI modelling is applicable.

Law-Game project aims to elevate experiential training for police officers through gamification technologies. However, what are those technologies exactly?

LAW-GAME will develop and design a training system based on serious games, virtual reality and Artificial Intelligence assisted procedures. The project will develop an advanced learning experience to train Law Enforcement Agencies and measure their proficiency in conducting a forensic examination, effective questioning and recognizing and mitigating potential attacks. LAW-GAME project has a 3-year duration, supported by the EU’s Horizon 2020 Programme while bringing together 19 partners from 11 European countries with a common goal: to train Law Enforcement Agencies in developing advanced skills and competencies for intelligence crime analysis and illegal acts prediction.

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LAW-GAME has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 101021714.