A delegation of the Zhejiang Police College visited UNICRI
A group of cadets from Zhejiang Police College, located in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province of China, attended a presentation at UNICRI Headquarters on 8 November 2016.
At first-ever conference, UN takes aim at cyber-threats against nuclear safety
The international community must intensify efforts to protect the world’s nuclear facilities from cyberattacks, the head of the Un
Cybercrime and the risks for the economy and enterprises at the European Union and Italian levels
The research study entitled "Cybercrime and the risks for the economy and enterprises at the European Union and Italian level" was presente
The United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI) is organizing two new courses on emerging threats towards states and citizens with the aim of promoting an in-depth knowledge of specific issues such as cyber crimes an
World leaders have been urged to exercise vigilance and work collaboratively to develop new strategies and tools to prevent, investigate, and prosecute cyber-criminals, particularly in view of the interconnected reality of cyberattacks in this digital age.
The Advisory Board for the newly launched AI for Safer Children Initiative implemented in partnership by UNICRI, through its Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics, and the Ministry of Interior of the United Arab Emirates, met virtually for the first time this afternoon.
The United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI), through its Centre for Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Robotics, and the Ministry of Interior of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) convened a group of 27 ethics experts to bring an external perspective to the analysis of the ethical and legal considerations of the AI for Safer Children initiative and the concrete measures envisioned or already being implemented to address such considerations.
250 Law enforcement representatives and experts from more than 60 countries joined the stakeholder meeting of the “AI for safer children initiative”
Over the course of two parallel sessions on 15 and 17 June, approximately 250 representatives of the law enforcement community from all continents across the world came together to participate virtually in the first Stakeholder Meeting of the Artificial Intelligence (AI) for Safer Children initiative.