They’re there as a deterrence, or to provide evidence if something goes wrong.
It’s an app and web platform named Ella that uses AI to analyze what’s happening in video feeds and make it instantly searchable.
He then narrowed the results by time period and location and pointed out how users can give thumbs-up or thumbs-down to clips to improve the results — just like Netflix.
While IC Realtime offers cloud-based analytics that can upgrade existing, dumb cameras, other companies are building artificial intelligence directly into their hardware.
In both cases, though, what these firms are currently offering is just the tip of the iceberg.
Two of the biggest datasets for video analysis are made by YouTube and Facebook, companies that have said they want AI to help moderate content on their platforms (though both admit it’s not ready yet).