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Artificial Intelligence impacts the physical security industry directly when you consider that surveillance cameras are the ultimate end-point device, the “all-seeing eyes” of the Internet. Could “intelligence” be applied to optimize security operations? Learn from one security leader’s experience using AI to reduce tailgating and streamline security operations.
One method fast-casual chains can use to simplify the automation and optimization of foodservice operations is by employing Artificial Intelligence (AI) as part of a video surveillance system. Smart security cameras combine the Internet of Things (IoT) and security cameras with AI analytics, helping operators automate monitoring and analyzing visitor and employee behavior.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is the most disruptive innovation in a generation. It is quickly becoming an essential component in many industries, including public safety. However, these are still the nascent stages of AI adoption, and with that, come challenges.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has a new document, Artificial Intelligence and User Trust (NISTIR 8332), that is now open for public comment until July 30, 2021. The document's goal is to stimulate a discussion about how humans trust artificial intelligence (AI) systems.
C2MI, the largest electronic systems research center in Canada, is implementing an AI-driven thermal screening technology to increase occupant safety at its facilities and allow security staff to focus on other critical tasks.
Repurposing video surveillance and artificial intelligence and analytics traditionally used for security initiatives within the healthcare space can increase positive patient interactions and bring additional value to your current electronic physical security solutions.
Technology company Clearview AI’s scraping of billions of images of people from across the Internet represented mass surveillance and was a clear violation of the privacy rights of Canadians, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada has found after conducting an investigation into the matter.
Organizations need to enhance current technical security controls to mitigate against the threat of deepfakes to the business. Training and awareness will also need revamping with special attention paid to this highly believable threat.