Milipol is a Leading Event for Homeland Security and Safety, attracting over 1000 exhibitors and up to 30 000 visitors. The 21st edition was held on 19-22 November 2019 at Paris-Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre. The event was organized by The Security Research NCP Network (SEREN4) and the French Ministry of Interior, with the support of the European Commission as part of the Milipol event. Milipol practitioner workshops dedicated to the 2020 topics in Horizon2020 that are related to the impact of Artificial Intelligence in law enforcement was organized as part of the overall event.
L3CE, represented by Edmundas Piesarskas, was taking the active participation in the workshop. This event was dedicated to practitioners who are interested in the uptake of security research and innovation. 4 workshops took place during the day. Each workshop started with a panel mainly composed of European practitioners followed by an extensive exchange with the participants in the room. Focus of all workshops was AI (Artificial Intelligence), discussing it in different content. Subjects discussed included how AI solutions to help Law Enforcement Agencies (LEA), how to strengthen cooperation for high-quality datasets in Europe, AI in cybersecurity and ethical aspects of AI. Edmundas, as a panelist of AI in cybersecurity subject, presented main relevant insights, arising from SPARTA project and T-SHART Program in particular. The short presentation was made, raising a lively discussion.