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ZeroEyes uses AI to identify guns in mass shooter situations. Here’s how the tech works

ZeroEyes uses AI to identify guns in mass shooter situations. Here’s how the tech works See the original article here. A mockup of ZeroEyes’ platform. In 2019, over 400 mass shootings were reported in the U.S. The average response time in these situations was between 12 and 15 minutes, according to ZeroEyes, a video analytics company based at …

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Verizon Bringing 5G to First Responders

Verizon Bringing 5G to First Responders See the original article HERE. Verizon Wireless believes that 5G, the next-generation cellular communication, won’t just allow smartphones to download movies faster, but it will also improve emergency service response times and combat crime. Last week, Verizon completed the roll out of its third cohort for its 5G First …

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Schools are using facial recognition to try to stop shootings. Here’s why they should think twice.

Schools are using facial recognition to try to stop shootings. Here’s why they should think twice. See the full article HERE. Facial recognition is just one of several AI-powered security tools showing up at schools. For years, the Denver public school system worked with Video Insight, a Houston-based video management software company that centralized the …

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Robots, Drones Among Startups in Verizon’s 5G First Responder Lab

Robots, Drones Among Startups in Verizon’s 5G First Responder Lab See the full article HERE. Robotics and aerial drone startup companies were among those chosen by Verizon to participate in the company’s “Cohort 3” for the 5G First Responder Lab. The startups in the Cohort 3 group will focus on developing artificial intelligence for weapon …

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ZeroEyes: Kieran Carroll outlines capabilities of weapons-detection system built on existing cameras, AI

ZeroEyes: Kieran Carroll outlines capabilities of weapons-detection system built on existing cameras, AI Watch the video interview HERE. Written byDonny Jackson 21st November 2019 Kieran Carroll, vice president of operations and government affairs for ZeroEyes, explains how the ZeroEyes is able to leverage existing camera system and the company’s artificial-intelligence-driven solution to identify firearms and …

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