Researchers from the University of California at Berkeley, San Diego University and New York University presented a digital tool that uses Artificial Intelligence (IA) and Bitcoin transaction addresses to combat trafficking in human beings at the conference on Discovery of Knowledge and Data Mining 2017, held in Canada recently. Through the publication “Backpage and Bitcoin: The Discovery of Trafficking in Human Beings” (Backpage and Bitcoin: Uncovering the Human Traffickers), a group of five researchers, led by Dr. Rebecca Portnoff of the University of Berkeley, unveiled a project that could put an end to the sexual exploiters (nothing to do with www.mrvideosdesexo.xxx/redtube/) who use the Internet and bitcoin to attract clients.
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