You heard it right Chinese police are now using facial recognition smart glasses powered by AI. You might have seen in many of the Hollywood movies robot’s scanning people for catching thieves.
But Chinese who are famous in developing new technologies are now caught up with facial recognition and artificial intelligence technology. Chinese Government is also supporting these manufacturers who are developing and researching on new technologies like AI & facial recognition. The Chinese government also made a decision that they should use the latest technology in countries security and military.
How Smart glasses work:
Chinese police on the outskirts of Beijing are now using smart facial recognition smart glasses powered by AI.It is Interlinked with a database of videos recorded by CCTV cameras all over Beijing. Police Personnel have a mobile like a device which is connected to the Smart glasses with USB cable. In realtime it scans every Individual If anyone matches then It alerts making police work easy.
According to a report from The Wall Street Journal, Beijing-based LLVision Technology Co, Built the sunglasses which are Introduced in Zhengzhou recently. LLVision company’s chief executive Wu Fei told to The Wall Street Journal that they worked with local City police did R&D to suit police needs and the problems they face.
Smart glasses Problem:
LLVision makers of smart glasses informed that they are able to recognize individuals from a pre-loaded database of 10,000 suspects in just 100 milliseconds amazing isn’t, but they also warned that government should safeguard the data from hackers and this might not work every time due to environmental challenges.
One of the challenges facial recognition software is that it struggles when running on CCTV cameras which are poor with video quality, and also because the picture is blurry, by the time it targets and tries to identify they might already gone.
No problem this is just start we as humans never settle and we improve day by day. By using smart glasses Chinese police are now true smart cops. Do you think AI and Facial Recognition is the future comment below?