The outcome of interactions between police and citizens is widely held to vary according to the identity of the individual being questioned. This has been a recognized as an issue in law enforcement for some time. This paper will review information on new hard and soft policing technologies and strategies that are designed to reduce the possibilities of police-citizen interactions taking a turn for the worse. In addition to various non-lethal technologies, Artificial Intelligence is often viewed as a potential means of eliminating bias in police interactions. While the literature seems to show some potential for this technology, the end results seem to suggest that more work needs to be done to create a system that thoroughly removes bias from police interactions.
"Technological Innovations and Design Thinking for Policing and Social Justice,"
American Journal of Rising Scholar Activities: Vol. 2
Available at: https://docs.lib.purdue.edu/ajrsa/vol2/iss1/4