The terms “Digital police” or “AI police” are not widely used or recognized terms within law enforcement or technology communities. However, it is possible that they refer to the use of artificial intelligence and digital technologies in policing and law enforcement.
With the increasing prevalence of digital devices and platforms, law enforcement agencies are using digital technologies to assist in their work. This can include the use of facial recognition technology, predictive policing algorithms, and other AI-powered tools that help to analyze and interpret large volumes of data.
In some cases, these technologies have raised concerns about privacy, bias, and accuracy. As a result, there is ongoing debate about the appropriate use of AI and digital tools in policing and law enforcement, as well as the need for oversight, transparency, and accountability in their deployment.