International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children Australia Ltd

14 November 2023

November 14, 2023

Gen AI, finance and AI, and social tech news today:

  1. CommBank has developed an AI model to detect abusive financial transactions and has made it available to other banks – while this applies primarily to family or domestic violence, it’s a great case study for how AI can be used to stop perpetrators – https://www.commbank.com.au/articles/newsroom/2023/11/next-chapter-open-artificial-intelligence-model.html
  2. Omegle has shut down – the service was an online chat service that randomly paired users in one-on-one chat – https://www.bbc.com/news/business-67364634
  3. Japan’s lack of AI regulation has resulted in overseas users seeking gen AI CSAM from websites hosted there – some website operators don’t intend to remove content until it’s deemed illegal – https://japannews.yomiuri.co.jp/society/general-news/20231114-149312/

Latest Posts

December 18, 2023

Embracing a Year of Change Together

Approaching the end of the year is often a time of furious activity combined with moments of reflection on the successes and challenges throughout the previous twelve months. As a […]

Read more »
December 8, 2023

ICMEC Australia’s CEO, Anna Bowden, recognised as Financial Crime Fighter of the Year

At ICMEC Australia, an unwavering commitment to protecting children from abuse and exploitation is at the forefront of our mission. Recognising the severity of this heinous crime, we firmly believe […]

Read more »
December 6, 2023

ICMEC Australia Supports the Crucial Role of Research in Child Protection

A key aspect to better protecting children from sexual abuse and exploitation is to deepen our understanding of the crime, perpetrator tactics and behaviour, and the lived experiences of victim-survivors. […]

Read more »

Connect with us

Stay up to date with the latest news, information and activities in the CSE response ecosystem. And be the first to find out about our latest events, training and news.

Subscribe