Dating apps will use artificial intelligence to “red flag” potential sexual attackers and immediately refer any reports of assaults to police under a world-first proposal to protect women.
The plan is being driven by the NSW Child Abuse and Sex Crimes Squad and follows multiple cases of rapists using dating app to find victims.
For several months, NSW Police and the US-based Match Group — which owns 27 apps including Tinder, Hinge and Plenty Of Fish — have been negotiating how to make the…
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