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'Pre-Crime' AI Is Driving 'Industrial-Scale Human Rights Abuses' In China's Xinjiang Province

‘Pre-Crime’ AI Is Driving ‘Industrial-Scale Human Rights Abuses’ In China’s Xinjiang Province

‘Pre-Crime’ AI Is Driving ‘Industrial-Scale Human Rights Abuses’ In China’s Xinjiang Province

Long-time Slashdot reader clawsoon writes:

Among Sunday’s releases from the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists on leaked Chinese paperwork concerning the detention of Xinjiang Uighurs — which they’re calling the biggest mass internment of an ethnic-religious minority since World War II — is a piece on detention by way of set of rules which “is more than a ‘pre-crime’ platform, but a ‘machine-learning, artificial intelligence (AI), command and control’ platform that substitutes artificial intelligence for human judgment….”

“The Chinese have bought into a model of policing where they believe that through the collection of large-scale data run through AI and machine learning that they can, in fact, predict ahead of time where possible incidents might take place, as well as identify possible populations that have the propensity to engage in anti-state anti-regime action,” stories James Mulvenon, director of intelligence integration at SOS International LLC, an intelligence and knowledge era contractor for a number of U.S. executive companies. “And then they are preemptively going after those people using that data.”

The Chinese executive answered by way of calling the leaked paperwork “fake news.”

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