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After “artificial intelligence + big data”, trafficking cases may be curbed

AsiaIndustrial NetNews: Recently, a video of a disabled woman with no limbs singing on the street spread overnight on the Internet, accompanied by rumors that “the woman is Mu Cuicui, a woman who disappeared 15 years ago”.

After “artificial intelligence + big data”, trafficking cases may be curbed

Before she got lost, Cuicui was a normal person with sound limbs, and her height was about 165cm. Why did she look like this?

According to the situation in the video, combined with previous media reports and people’s experiences and observations in people’s lives, many netizens concluded that there is probably another heinous “harvest and harvest” atrocities hidden behind this video. Even the “People’s Micro Commentary” asked: Is this the legendary harvesting and harvesting? If it’s true, think about it!

Most of those who were “harvested and cut” were victims of abduction

As in ancient times, the crackdown on this atrocity was also very severe. The law of the Ming Dynasty stipulates that those who harvest and cut people will be put to death at a later time, and the property will be paid to the family of the deceased. Although his wife, son, and familymates did not know about it, they lived together for 2,000 miles to be resettled. Kill the followers. Qing law is generally the same.

In response to the resurgence and spread of “harvesting and cutting”, the public security and judicial departments have to take a heavy blow. I hope the relevant departments will find out the results as soon as possible to comfort Mu Cuicui’s family, respond to public concerns, and save the public from terror.

On the road to abduction, the country has been “making a difference”

In fact, in recent years, my country’s judicial organs have significantly stepped up efforts to crack down on cases of abduction and trafficking of women and children, and established some effective systems, such as filing criminal cases for abduction and trafficking of women and children, and establishing a DNA database of missing women and children.

At the same time, the Criminal Law Amendment (IX) has clearly increased the crackdown on buying women and children from a legal perspective. These measures are expected to fundamentally curb the phenomenon of trafficking in women and children.

However, the reality is that only relying on the naked eye to find and identify abducted persons is very limited in terms of accuracy and efficiency, and has not fundamentally improved this social tragedy.

At this year’s two sessions, Robin Li, a member of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference and chairman of Baidu, brought a proposal to use big data and artificial intelligence to find lost children.

“This year’s proposals are all related to artificial intelligence. One is to find lost children, relying on face recognition. You only need to give it a picture of a child aged 0-4, and the child will grow up to 20 years old. It can also identify who he is. So after years of being lost, there is still a high chance of being identified. So this could be a good application.”

According to Li Yanhong’s proposal, Baidu’s face recognition technology is used to assist the public security department in finding lost children. With the assistance of artificial intelligence, on the one hand, it can improve the efficiency of image investigation, and identify lost children and persons involved as soon as possible. Cross-age comparison to help detect child abduction cases.

In addition, Japan’s Hitachi has developed an artificial intelligence system for identifying, searching and tracking individuals, which can find people who match the description in public security cameras simply by entering the characteristics of the search object.

Different from the traditional face recognition system, this artificial intelligence system will analyze the whole body image of the target person, even if the distance is far, the face cannot be seen clearly, and even if only the back image is captured, the target can be successfully recognized.

The system recognizes objects in real time through more than 100 external features, including 12 types of appearance features such as gender, age, hairstyle, clothing color and style, and items carried, and 10 types of motion features such as walking, running, and bending.

Hitachi claims its high-speed body tracking technology “converts body image analysis into a numerical description so that the same person can be identified regardless of changes in body angle or lighting,” enabling tracking of the same person. The company’s new AI can extract images of the same person “from tens of thousands of recorded images in less than a second.”

Hitachi said that using its technology, it will be possible to detect suspicious persons or lost children, according to the description of witnesses, immediately lock the image of the target person, and locate the location of the person in real time under the search of the wide-area surveillance camera network. contribute to public safety.

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