Nancy Loo - NEWSNATION
(NewsNation) — Interest in artificial intelligence has been rising in many industries, and law enforcement is no exception as agencies are increasing their use of AI.
With law enforcement, the application of AI means significant changes to policing that make it harder for anyone to be above the law, including police officers.
All over the country, police bodycams are capturing thousands of hours of footage every day. But not all that footage gets seen, something Truleo co-founder and CEO Anthony Tassone hopes to change.
“Most people would be surprised to learn less than 1% of police body-camera videos are ever reviewed, so with Truleo, we can scan and analyze 100% of the video at a department,” Tassone said.
Using AI, Truleo’s software can do the job in seconds.
Tassone calls it a valuable, “virtual sergeant” for short-staffed departments.
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Truleo analyzes police body camera videos using artificial intelligence to help promote police professionalism. Truleo worked with FBI National Academy alumni to build the models that deconstruct officers’ language into professionalism and risk metrics to help agencies promote best practices, train new officers, and mitigate risk. To learn more about Truleo’s mission to improve trust in the police with body camera analytics, visit www.truleo.co.