AI surveillance camera tells you what it sees when it recognises you

It’s been reported that New York City’s police department can tap into about 6000 street cameras, two-thirds of which are privately owned, with another 7000 in public housing and more than 4000 in the city’s subway stations. They’re not easy to count with precision. But it’s likely that many major cities are on par, if not even more densely stuffed with surveillance cameras. That means that many of us can count on having our image captured multiple times per day. In fact, NGO Big Brother Watch has estimated that the average Londoner is recorded on CCTV over 300 times every day. Wouldn’t it be interesting to know what those cameras are thinking as they’re capturing our images and movements? That sounds odd, I know, to credit a CCTV camera with “thinking.”…


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