Real-time facial recognition could soon be used on police body cameras to catch criminals and find missing people - Daily Mail
Police could one day use body cameras fitted with real-time facial recognition to help them catch criminals and find missing people.
Motorola has partnered with artificial intelligence startup Neurala to create smart cameras capable of independently searching for criminals and missing children.
The companies are still developing a prototype, but hope the AI-driven cameras could soon help police find targets in 'suspicious' or 'chaotic' environments.
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