Algorithm Catches Crims
TECHNOLOGY The electronics giant Motorola and the smaller company Neurala have joined forces to develop small and smart cameras, which can quickly scan and detect specific persons in huge groups of people.
Neurala's patented software works in even very small computers. The technology will make it possible to use artificial intelligence in a small camera, for example, which a policeman can wear in his uniform. The two companies have worked together to develop a camera, which via AI, can scan hundreds of faces in a large group of people, and in less than a second can compare the scans with police databases of criminals or missing children.
The more faces the artificial intelligence scans, the faster it can point out a criminal.