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ChatGPTing Securely: Using Machine Learning to Automate Writing Rape Reports, Closed Source Large Language Models

NCJ Number
Jiaxin Du; Rachel Lovell
Date Published
March 2024
60 pages

This conference program includes a paper on how to use machine learning in a secure fashion to automate the writing of rape reports.


This paper is about the secure use of machine learning to write rape reports, by Jiaxin Du of Texas A&M University and Rachel E. Lovell of Cleveland State University, was presented in the session “Approaches in Qualitative Methods” chaired by, Robert Apel, at the 61st Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS) Annual Meeting, “Represent: Pursuing Equitable Justice for Families, Schools, Communities, and Marginalized Populations & Individuals.”