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Veritone’s Second Annual Law Enforcement Transparency and Trust Report Finds Majority of Americans Support Police but Believe Racial Bias Exists

Veritone has observed that when it comes to everyday tasks like paying bills online, watching Netflix, or doing a quick Google search, many people accept and enjoy the conveniences the use of artificial intelligence (AI) enables, but when it comes to law enforcement, there are far more misconceptions or mistrust.

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AI-Powered Facial Recognition

Activists want facial recognition banned, even though artificial intelligence and machine learning are making the technology more accurate and beneficial to public safety.

My Technology Can… Automate Digital Evidence Redaction

Veritone’s Redact automates and accelerates redaction using artificial intelligence.

"Transparency and Trust" Report Finds Americans Mostly Support Law Enforcement

Veritone's "Transparency and Trust Report" focused on the relationship between law enforcement agencies and the communities they serve as well as measuring broader public opinion on policing in the United States.

POLICE Technology Experience 2021 Sessions Focus on Transparency Solutions

The keynote titled "Key Trends in Technology Used to Increase Constituent Transparency" discusses technology and best practices employed by agencies across the country for expediting transparency initiatives.

Learn About Cutting-Edge Technologies through POLICE Technology Experience 2021

POLICE Technology Experience 2021 is now under way and available on demand at PoliceMag.com.

Artificial Intelligence and Faster Digital Evidence Redaction

The preparation of video and audio evidence for public release is overwhelming some agencies. Veritone’s AI-powered Redact application is designed to help.

Veritone's POLICE Technology Experience Sessions Detail How AI-Driven Redaction Can Make Agencies More Efficient

Sgt. Jason Druckenmiller says he conducted a "bake off" between various redaction tools, including Veritone Redact. He found that Veritone Redact could do the job in 25 minutes while the others required as much as one hour and 20 minutes.

New Technologies Help Agencies Do More with Less

Many law enforcement agencies are struggling to do the same job with fewer officers. These tools can make officers more productive, keep them safer, and give them more time on the streets.

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Closing Cases with New Investigative Technologies

New tools help detectives collect, analyze, and share information to clear caseloads more quickly and efficiently.

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