November 24, 2012

Minority Report Becomes Reality

Damien Gayle, Daily Mail


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An artificial intelligence system that connects to surveillance cameras to predict when people are about to commit a crime is under development, funded by the U.S. military. The software, dubbed Mind's Eye, recognises human activities seen on CCTV and uses algorithms to predict what the targets might do next - then notify the authorities.

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TAGGED: augmented reality, Minority Report, virtual reality

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