The STARLIGHT project was presented by our partner, the Center for Security Studies (KEMEA) during a hybrid event they organised and hosted on Friday, 24th February at their premises in Athens, Greece.
The Information Day for the AIDA Project event aimed to educate participants on the AIDA solutions as well as on other existing AI tools that aim to enhance the technological capabilities and operational activities of LEAs in the fight against cybercrime and counterterrorism.
KEMEA presented the development of the STARLIGHT technical and AI solutions stressing their potential use in a variety of scenarios, including counterterrorism, child sexual exploitation, border and external security, cybersecurity and cybercrime, serious and organised crime, and public space protection. The conversations about AI tools and their applications sparked extensive debates, with the attendees investigating other use cases for AI solutions as well as the constraints of the existing state-of-the-art technologies.
AI may help LEAs by streamlining and improving productivity and efficiency, detecting patterns, and making choices with more speed and precision. To maximise the benefits of AI, LEAs must take a critical and human-centered approach to implementing AI technology for societal safety and security.
The Center for Security Studies (Kentro Meleton Asfaleias – KEMEA) was founded in 2005.
It is a Greek scientific, consulting and research organization. Its principal purpose is to conduct theoretical and applied research and studies, particularly at strategic level, on security topics and policies.