Can artificial intelligence predict crimes before they happen? Has the development of artificial intelligence reached the day when we can predict accidents or crimes before they happen?
Day after day the world is witnessing a continuous development in artificial intelligence, and the term “Deep learning”, which is an AI function that mimics the workings of the human brain in processing data for use in detecting objects, recognizing speech, translating languages, and making decisions. Deep learning AI is able to learn without human supervision, drawing from data that is both unstructured and unlabeled, has become a popular term popularized among workers in virous fields.
High-tech, multi-tasking surveillance cameras have recently been launched and are equipped with video analysis systems as they are able to recognize and track people from a distance of up to 3 km, and these camera systems can also identify cars through their plate numbers. These surveillance cameras are called Viseum 360 Security Camera, and these cameras are designed according to the best quality standards and They do not require security staff to operate. This optimizes security staff to respond.
Hikvision has developed a system that focuses on tracking real security threats and recognizing people and vehicles called Hikvision Motion Detection 2.0 The first key way that Hikvision Motion Detection 2.0 improves security is by allowing administrators to easily configure alerts when people or vehicles enter an environment. If an area is usually busy with visitors or pedestrians, the systems can be configured to ignore certain areas of the screen and only generate alerts if a person or vehicle enters an unauthorized zone.
With automated alerts for vehicles or people entering restricted areas, security teams can respond much more quickly and effectively to potential security breaches – helping to increase protection for people and assets.
Many hope that these cameras will contribute to reducing the crime rate and thus enjoying the utmost safety and security in their cities, workplaces and homes.