Artificial intelligence is going to supercharge surveillance

Artificial intelligence is giving surveillance cameras digital brains to match their eyes, letting them analyze live video with no humans necessary. This could be good news for public safety, helping police and first responders more easily spot crimes and accidents and have a range of scientific and industrial applications. But it also raises serious questions about the future of privacy and poses novel risks to social justice.

Country: Global

Domains: Privacy

Tags: governments, CCTV, privacy, surveillance, artificial intelligence

Posted on Tuesday 23 January 2018

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