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U.S. Cities Embrace Software To Automatically Detect "Suspicious" Behavior

slate writes:

San Francisco is set to become the latest U.S. city to invest in software, created by Texas-based BRS Labs, that monitors and memorizes movements as they are captured on security cameras. The software, AISight, watches footage in real-time and—like a human would—learns to understand, detect, and report “suspicious or abnormal behavior.”

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Soldierone3409d ago

Lol I'd have fun with this. Look suspicious, then pull out something random, and start dancing haha

Even with that said, I wonder how much focus goes into it. If criminals somehow got brains, they could figure out "lets get one person to act suspicious, the security will focus on him, then the other guy does the deal"