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3 Ways AI is Revolutionizing How Public Safety and Justice Agencies Operate

Summary: Previous evidence-processing practices have made it difficult for agencies to keep up with FOIA requests and meet aggressive case deadlines AI adoption has started to gain traction in the public safety and justice sector to help automate many manual processes  New AI technology applications accelerate evidence processing while maintaining the integrity of personally identifiable...

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Digital Forensics and Privacy: What You Need to Know

Summary What is digital forensics? Why is privacy important to digital investigations and evidence? What roles do AI and other tech play in this process? With so much access to technology, our world is more fast-paced and data-heavy than ever before. Tools like CCTV, security cameras, and personal phone recordings are used every day by...

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Top 10 Capabilities You Need in An Enterprise AI Platform (Part 2)

Summary: Any Enterprise AI platform you adopt should have secure integrations and flexible deployment to make it easy to integrate with your current technology stack  The platform should follow security best practices, scale as needed, and have a way to monitor AI model performance  Veritone aiWARE is a hyper-expansive Enterprise AI platform built with the...

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Top 10 Capabilities You Need in An Enterprise AI Platform (Part 1)

Summary: While AI investments have increased, many organizations face hurdles in implementing an Enterprise AI practice  Adopting an Enterprise AI platform can help alleviate many of the challenges and future-proof operations  Uncover the first five of ten key capabilities you should consider before adopting a platform  Organizations that are data-first typically struggle to process and...

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Veritone and AINS Accelerate Federal Agency Workflows by Automating Redaction

Summary:  Agencies need a faster way to keep up with the high volume of FOIA requests, overburdening their redaction capabilities  Integrating with Veritone Redact, federal civilian agencies can automate much of the redaction process  AINS and Veritone have partnered to help federal agencies streamline their case processes  Veritone recently announced a new partnership with AINS,...

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AI-Powered Redaction

AI-Powered Redaction: Protect Your Docs, and Media, Too.

So far, our discussions about the AI legal revolution have revolved around the many ways artificial intelligence is helping to combat the unstructured data crisis looming over the legal industry. However, one area we’ve yet to address, is what to do about all the personally identifying information (PII) that’s often contained within unstructured media files....

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California Disclosure Law

Police Magazine July Issue Blog

In the July 2021 edition of Police Magazine – Police Law Enforcement Solutions, the publication prominently features several articles on body camera technology, policy, and products.  The articles offer knowledge and great insights from learning how body camera manufacturers have developed a wide variety of innovative hardware and software for capturing video evidence to getting...

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AI Transcription Translation

AI Transcription & Translation: The Audio to Text Superpowers of AI Legal Software

From jail house calls to body-camera footage, voicemail to video depositions, modern technologies have introduced a new type of evidence to legal professionals: unstructured data. Specifically, unstructured media data, such as photos, videos, CCTV footage, zoom calls, and more. Unfortunately, as the popularity of these new technologies has grown, so have the problems associated with...

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Unstructured Legal Data

Unstructured Legal Data and the A.I. Lifeboat Solution

The world is drowning in data. Music data. Photo data. Video data. Spreadsheet, flow chart, email, and website data. These days, no matter where you are or what you’re doing, there’s someone nearby creating data—even if it’s just CCTV footage, or the satellites orbiting our planet. (Say hi to Big Brother!) Look at you, dear...

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