the future is predictive.
Tracey is an award-winning futurist and works with clients such as Google and Diageo. She speaks and writes regularly on the future of artificial intelligence (AI), gender, work and culture.
In a world in which everything can be tracked, monitored, analysed and scrutinised it may be incumbent on public services – and private enterprises – to invest in the crime prediction game. It may be that the only way to fight crime, so much of which will be automated by then – will be to forecast it, and an industry will spring up that is about tracking behaviours, pattern recognition and anomaly spotting that suggests crime before it has occurred – cybercrime ‘pre-crime’.