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Kookmin University and National Police Agency hold completion ceremony for '24 years of training police department data analysts'

  • 24.07.01 / 박서연
Date 2024-07-01 Hit 290

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The completion ceremony for the 『training police department data analysts』 hosted by Kookmin University (President Jeong Seung Ryul) Graduate School of Business (Director Choi Byung Gu) and the National Police Agency, was held on June 21 (Friday) at the Kookmin University Management Center to foster excellent human resources with the ability to collect, analyze, and utilize security-related data.

 

 

At the completion ceremony, Kookmin University faculty members, including Vice President Kang Hyun Mo, and KPA staff members, including Lee Hyun Gu, director of the KPA's Future Security Policy Bureau, introduced the course results, awarded certificates, and recognized outstanding projects. Through the 『training police department data analysts』 which was held for the second time since last year, 20 nominated talents were trained in core competencies related to data analysis for 120 hours from April 22, and carried out hands-on projects to solve core issues of future scientific policing based on topics identified in the field.

 

 

The project that was selected as the best among the 10 topics was an AI chatbot for searching police-related laws and regulations, and a service prototype that can easily and quickly find 31 laws and regulations required for police work using AI technology. In particular, the team applied the (Retrieval-Augmented Generation) RAG methodology to minimize hallucination, a phenomenon that can occur when using general-purpose generative AI, as it is a very dangerous problem when searching for laws and regulations.

 

 

Sergeant Bang Se Hwan, who was selected as the best team, said, "It was meaningful to be able to utilize the training contents in practice while carrying out the project." "Although it is not a perfectly implemented result, I would like to go back to work and develop it and complete it into a service that can ease the burden of work," he said.

 

 

"I give generous praise to the trainees for their efforts to realize the project outcome, which is a topic that is likely to lead to the real world," said Dr. Kang Hyun Mo, Vice Dean of Kookmin University Graduate School of Business. "I hope that all the achievements of this training will be helpful in the future implementation of scientific policing in Korea."

 

 

 

 

This content is translated from Korean to English using the AI translation service DeepL and may contain translation errors such as jargon/pronouns.

If you find any, please send your feedback to kookminpr@kookmin.ac.kr so we can correct them.

 

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Kookmin University and National Police Agency hold completion ceremony for '24 years of training police department data analysts'

Date 2024-07-01 Hit 290

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The completion ceremony for the 『training police department data analysts』 hosted by Kookmin University (President Jeong Seung Ryul) Graduate School of Business (Director Choi Byung Gu) and the National Police Agency, was held on June 21 (Friday) at the Kookmin University Management Center to foster excellent human resources with the ability to collect, analyze, and utilize security-related data.

 

 

At the completion ceremony, Kookmin University faculty members, including Vice President Kang Hyun Mo, and KPA staff members, including Lee Hyun Gu, director of the KPA's Future Security Policy Bureau, introduced the course results, awarded certificates, and recognized outstanding projects. Through the 『training police department data analysts』 which was held for the second time since last year, 20 nominated talents were trained in core competencies related to data analysis for 120 hours from April 22, and carried out hands-on projects to solve core issues of future scientific policing based on topics identified in the field.

 

 

The project that was selected as the best among the 10 topics was an AI chatbot for searching police-related laws and regulations, and a service prototype that can easily and quickly find 31 laws and regulations required for police work using AI technology. In particular, the team applied the (Retrieval-Augmented Generation) RAG methodology to minimize hallucination, a phenomenon that can occur when using general-purpose generative AI, as it is a very dangerous problem when searching for laws and regulations.

 

 

Sergeant Bang Se Hwan, who was selected as the best team, said, "It was meaningful to be able to utilize the training contents in practice while carrying out the project." "Although it is not a perfectly implemented result, I would like to go back to work and develop it and complete it into a service that can ease the burden of work," he said.

 

 

"I give generous praise to the trainees for their efforts to realize the project outcome, which is a topic that is likely to lead to the real world," said Dr. Kang Hyun Mo, Vice Dean of Kookmin University Graduate School of Business. "I hope that all the achievements of this training will be helpful in the future implementation of scientific policing in Korea."

 

 

 

 

This content is translated from Korean to English using the AI translation service DeepL and may contain translation errors such as jargon/pronouns.

If you find any, please send your feedback to kookminpr@kookmin.ac.kr so we can correct them.

 

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