Despite privacy issues, organizations under the U.S. government are having cameras and other surveillance solutions installed into streetlights and other road items.
Facial recognition has become more popular over the last few years, particularly on social media apps. But Microsoft’s president worries about the future of the technology.
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The Marine Corps Air Station Miramar Air Show in San Diego is the largest military air show in the United States, held over three days with more than 700,000 attendees.
Real-time monitoring around the San Francisco Moscone enabled by V5 Systems’ portable security unit; part of a $500 million upgrade.
Closed circuit television (CCTV) surveillance systems work to secure your building in more than one way, and when you connect to the network those benefits amplify.
Startup Deep North married facial recognition tech with security cameras to keep faculty, staff, and students safe.
Agent Vi says innoVi Enterprise eliminates the need for continuous human monitoring of surveillance cameras by using the power of deep learning.
Standard OS and App Store from Bosch to provide access to innovative camera software to deploy features like facial recognition.
The IBM and NYPD program surveilled New Yorkers without their knowledge and had potential for racial profiling.