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AI Used In Drones Can Spot Violent Behavior In Crowds

13 days ago   |   By Ubergizmo

It is easy to see why drones are ideal for surveillance, especially in crowded areas where the drones can provide an aerial overview of what's going on. However the fact that it is so far removed from the crowd means that certain things might be missed by the drone pilot, which is why AI comes into play. In a recently published research paper titled “Eye in the Sky” , it seems that researchers are using AI inside of drones to help spot violent behavior in crowds. This could be in handy during huge festivals where sometimes certain types of behavior might be overlooked due to the sheer...
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