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Are Intelligent Surveillance Cameras Confidential?

By Enterprise Technology Review | Tuesday, November 19, 2019

The time to halt making efforts has come to overextend AI video surveillance to execute the work of security professionals.

FREMONT, CA: With the progression of artificial intelligence (AI), people have worked on increasing their focus on privacy. The use of AI-enabled video surveillance brings skeptical ideas to individuals as it can compromise their civil liberties in a way. It can be considered as a false choice made between safety and privacy when it comes to smart surveillance.

Some systems have endeavored to leverage the technology, which is not advanced yet, pushing the specter of abuse, while others attempt to invade the privacy of residents for minor security benefits. However, there are possibilities of Artificial Intelligence  video surveillance to bring higher public safety without abandoning their civil liberties.

The explanation in using AI is to enable the human security professionals to perform their jobs better, without expanding the abilities of AI to take over the responsibilities completely. AI surveillance consists of three major classifications, which are behavioral analysis, facial acknowledgment, and object detection. Where the first two categories raise distress, the other proves to be more useful.

Behavioral analysis significantly detects the alleged suspicious conduct before any wrongdoings are accounted for. Apart from human action recognition and anomaly detection, contextual understanding is one of the most created attributes that are yet to be executed to find, if it provides a way for such type of general intelligence.

  The issue is that computers lag when it comes to the presence of mind to relate things to the external world. It can recognize an image for anything the individual needs but fails to grasp the context around the requirement. Some organizations have already implemented the technology into action that carries a part of the system with smart cameras that intend to find suspicious behaviors.

In the case of mass shootings, cops will have limited data about the shooter’s location or appearance without real-time updates to respond. On the other hand, object detection AI surveillance systems can help in detecting weapons, relinquishing objects, and identifying threatening items with precision.

As an alternative, it will be ideal to concentrate more on technologies as it provides real as well as actionable data to carry out the jobs better. In that way, a safer society without sacrificing civil liberties is possible.

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