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Sweetie 2.0 is a research project commissioned by Terre des Hommes on online child sex tourism and criminal law.
Use of virtual girl 'Sweetie' to fight child abuse problematic in the Netherlands
The use of virtual girl Sweetie, used by the police to investigate pedofiles, is problematic in the Netherlands. Researchers of Leiden University and Tilburg University conclude that this is due to the criminal law applicable at the moment.
Sweetie 2.0—Using Artificial Intelligence to Fight Webcam Child Sex Tourism
In July 2019 Asser Press published the book 'Sweetie 2.0—Using Artificial Intelligence to Fight Webcam Child Sex Tourism’ which was coedited by Simone van der Hof en Bart Schermer from the Center for Law and Digital Technologies, Bert-Jaap Koops from the Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society…
The digital society
The digitisation of society is a worldwide challenge. Not only are robots increasingly taking over human tasks, they are even beating the world champion at solving the most difficult brainteasers.
Open lecture: 'The legal aspects of Sweetie 2.0 - how a chatbot fights crime!'
Cyber agent technology and intelligence agencies
Cyber agent technology and intelligence agencies is a project that is commissioned by Tracks Inspector, a Dutch company that develops innovative software.
Virtual girl leads to arrest of online child abusers
Thanks to the virtual girl Sweetie created by Terre des Hommes, more than a thousand men who had webcam sex have been identified worldwide. They thought they were chatting with a ten-year-old girl. Whether that is punishable by law depends on the country, Leiden legal experts conclude.
eLaw investigates cyber agent technology for secret services
Tracks Inspector, a Dutch company that develops innovative software, commissioned research to eLaw to investigate the use of cyber agent technology for intelligence agencies and secret services.
King visits The Hague Security Delta and the Cyber Security Academy
On 23 March 2017, his Majesty King Willem-Alexander visited The Hague Security Delta: a network in which businesses, knowledge institutions and governments work together on knowledge development and innovation in the field of security. This includes the Cyber Security Academy, where the Master's programme…