Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Behavioral Ethics: With So Much Information Accessible, What Are The Implications for Investigators? – Between social media, cookies, search histories, and algorithms, organizations have access to detailed behavioral profiles of hundreds of millions of people, albeit not always with the person’s knowledge and consent. In this interactive block of instruction, participants will discuss the ethicality and utility of leveraging such information in the investigative process. (2 hrs)
Learning Objectives: After this block of instruction, the participants will be able to:
- Compare and contrast different artificial intelligence methods.
- Compare/contrast System 1 and System 2 as it relates to artificial intelligence and behavioral ethics.
- Assess the potential ethical implications of AI for investigators.
- Given scenarios, evaluate the ethical duties for investigators when deciding whether to utilize information collected from victims, witnesses, and suspects without their consent and knowledge.
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- Duration 50 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 0
- Certificate No
- Assessments Yes