The first generation of police body cameras was introduced in 2005 in Great Britain. Their primary task was, and still is, to record police interactions with the public as well as to gather evidence at crime scenes. During a typical day, every police officer captures hours and hours of footage. To separate the irrelevant data from incriminating evidence, every recording needs to be reviewed and edited.
Machine-learning algorithms within an AI system can be trained to differentiate between people and objects, recognize various events, such as car chases and shootings, and even identify people caught on tape through its facial-recognition abilities. It also can do some of the officers’ paperwork.
Once AI recognizes patterns, it tags them appropriately, enabling police officers to browse for a particular scene within a video using keywords, just like via online search engines.
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