The Hague, 9 October 2019. UNICRI hosted a high-level delegation from the Estonian government at its Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics in The Hague, including Mr. Raivo Aeg, the Minister of Justice of Estonia; Ms. Lavly Perling, the Prosecutor General; Ms. Kaili Terras, the Ambassador of Estonia to the Kingdom of the Netherlands and other senior officials. Estonia is a leading nation when it comes to e-Governance.
The Country works at the forefront of converting public services into flexible e-solutions for its citizens, enhancing cybersecurity, and building the trust of the society towards technological advances and digital ecosystems.
The common objectives in the field of justice and technology, make UNICRI and Estonia ideal partners for cooperation in finding the latest technological solutions and contributing to a safer and secure world through joint projects and initiatives.
This includes addressing issues ranging from AI-enabled cyber security, detection of manipulated video content and the integration of AI into law enforcement practices. UNICRI Centre in The Hague is committed to advancing understanding of AI and robotics from the perspective of crime, justice and security and to exploring their social good use for a future free of violence and crime.