Benchmarking the use of audiovisual link technologies in Australian criminal courts before the pandemic
This report is the second published by the AIC arising from its national video courts research program and documents the development and implementation of AVL (audiovisual link) technologies in the criminal courts in Australia, before the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in late 2019.
This report assesses the practical and legal considerations that need to be taken into account when adopting audio-visual link (AVL) technologies in the criminal courts, and concludes by identifying best practice initiatives for the adoption of AVL technologies in Australia.
Thanks to a decade of rapid progress in the field of computer vision, facial recognition technology (FRT) has become a commercial product available to almost any government or business in the world. This report examines how operators and policymakers can craft an appropriate and tailored...
Digital technologies offer unique opportunities to strengthen health systems. This paper discusses how to engage and empower the health workforce to make the most of the digital revolution.
The Chinese military's focus on information warfare is expanding to include information operations on social media. This report describes how the People's Liberation Army (PLA) might direct social media disinformation campaigns against the United States and its armed forces, especially the U.S. Air Force
This paper examines how the availability and deliverability of digital government services can be achieved in the face of unpredictable demand.
This discussion paper seeks the public's views about how the Australian government can incentivise businesses to invest in cyber security, including through possible regulatory changes.
Text mining police narratives to identify types of abuse and victim injuries in family and domestic violence events
In this paper, the authors demonstrate the application of an automated text mining method to identify abuse types and victim injuries in a large corpus of NSW Police Force family and domestic violence (FDV) event narratives recorded between January 2005 and December 2016.
Text mining police narratives for mentions of mental disorders in family and domestic violence events
In this paper, the authors describe the feasibility of using a text-mining method to generate new insights relating to family and domestic violence (FDV) from free-text police event narratives.