Market Size of Artificial Intelligence in Law Enforcement Security
The artificial intelligence market was valued at $16.06 billion and expected to reach $190.61 billion by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 36.62%. Some interesting examples of AI and robotic use cases for law enforcement include autonomously research, analyze and respond to requests for international mutual legal assistance.
- AI and robotics are new concepts for law enforcement and there are expertise gaps which should be filled to avoid law enforcement falling behind.
- Many countries are exploring the application of AI and robotics in the context of law enforcement.
- Some countries have explored further than others and a variety of AI techniques are materializing according to different national law enforcement priorities.
- In general, the law enforcement community is modest about its national capacities but is eager to develop its experience and capabilities.
- The INTERPOL Police Technology and Innovation Radar, a world-wide overview of new, emerging technologies and their use in police practice are collected, can support in this endeavor.
- Artificial intelligence is the foundation for the next generation of law enforcement tools.
AI and robotic use cases for law enforcement
- Some interesting examples of AI and robotic use cases for law enforcement include autonomously research, analyze and respond to requests for international mutual legal assistance.
- Advanced virtual autopsy tools to help determine the cause of death.
- Crypto-based packet tracing tools enabling law enforcement to tackle security without invading privacy.
- Facial-recognition sunglasses are the latest addition to China’s tracking arsenal. This technology has enabled the police to track people in high traffic areas. The technology’s efficacy has been tested as it was able to track and capture seven individuals wanted in major cases and twenty-six individuals traveling with false identities.
- In the UK, artificial intelligence in law enforcement has taken the form of Harm Assessment Risk Tool (HART). Currently, HART helps decide if a suspect should be kept in custody due to recidivism risk.
- Los Angeles Police Force has tapped the expertise of Palantir Tech to help integrate various databases to create a seamless data management process.
AI apps/tools for Law Enforcement
- The first AI-driven law enforcement tools are going to involve evidentiary video management, and they are now arriving on the market or are soon to be launched.
- Many law enforcement agencies do not have the resources to view all the video currently being captured by officer-worn and vehicle systems.
- Reducing workload is going to be one of the first applications for AI in law enforcement operations.
- Some of the most viable AI applications for law enforcement are bringing in robots to detect and deactivate bombs, using drones for surveillance, scanning social media for illicit activity, scanning social media for individuals who might be radicalized and creating Interview ‘bots’ to detect lies from suspects.
Overall AI market size and growth
- The artificial intelligence market was valued at $16.06 billion in 2017.
- It is expected to reach $190.61 billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 36.62% during the forecast period.
- The base year considered for the study is 2017, and the forecast period is between 2018 and 2025.
Our first approach was to look for AI applications deployed within the law enforcement market across the globe in portals that specialize in publishing information about artificial intelligence and law enforcement security. We were hoping to find data specific to security within the law enforcement. Here we were looking for a precompiled list of the usages along with the market size and growth. While, we could find ample amount of information on the tools/use cases/applications being deployed across the globe, there was no data available on the market size and growth. For this, we looked into articles and publications from Future Grasp, Emerj, Policemag, Boldbusiness, Forbes, ZDNet, Globalinitiative, etc. These sources were looked into since each of these had articles or publications related to the subject however the data within those were limited to applications and how the Law Enforcement industry is transforming with AI.
Next, we moved on to check for interviews from industry experts, where we were hoping to find estimated market size and growth for Global and US being presented in the form of a statement made by an expert. We looked into interviews of Bob Rogers Chief Data Scientist at Intel, Nick Bostrom is known for his research about the risks of developing artificial super intelligence, Demis Hassabis a British AI programmer, entrepreneur and a neuroscientist, Dag Kittlaus co-founder of Siri, etc. Other interviews include management from IBM, Tencent, Nvidia Corporation, Microsoft Corp. were also checked via company published press releases, official blogs, etc. While these covered some of the latest updates within the AI industry overall, there was no data on Market Size and growth of Artificial Intelligence in law enforcement security [US and Global].
For interviews, we scanned through a series of these from sources such as Forbes, Intel, IBM, Cooperreview, Mckinsey, Artificialnetwork, etc.
We then located major global companies who were into the development of AI solutions in law enforcement Security. These global companies included names such as Veritone, Axon, AccessData, Magnet Forensics, etc. We looked into their websites for press and media releases on the specific area, blogs, articles published on their websites, investor presentations etc. Although there could be stray information found such as AI solutions provided in the field, at the station, in the court, etc, there was no information relating to how much of the market in terms of percentage share they occupied or the size of the overall market they were looking into.
Lastly, we checked for published reports on the subject where we tried to triangulate the information based on publicly available data in the reports. We looked for the overall adoption rate of AI within the law enforcement Security across the globe. If found we would have looked for older reports finding the adoption rate and then present the difference between them as possible current and future growth. However, no such data was publicly available as the information were behind paywalls. We searched through sources such as Bains, Deloitte, MarketsandMarkets, InsightPartners, wiseguyreports, PRNewswire, etc. The only information that we found relevant was the overall global market size and growth of AI. No other data was found here that could have been used to triangulate the market size or growth.
Useful data or direct info is not available on global market size and growth of artificial intelligence used for security purposes in law enforcement. It is likely the info is not available because the countries across the globe are still considering the right application for AI when it comes to security purposes in law enforcement. It also appears that the assigned market is currently at a niche level and hence is not surveyed yet.