Showing posts with label Security Today. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Security Today. Show all posts

Thursday, July 15, 2021

Security Today: Always Surrounded

Security Today: Always Surrounded
| #TpromoCom | Technology counts on AI to authenticate and identify people - by Brian Baker. An article about AI in physical security. https://bit.ly/3xJJ4CG

Not long ago, artificial intelligence was viewed as science fiction. Today, it routinely makes our lives more secure and convenient. AI surrounds us in our everyday lives. Online entertainment providers use it to suggest movies, TV shows and music we might enjoy. Retailers try to influence our current buying decisions based on previous purchases. Chatbots help us make appointments with service providers.

The security industry also deploys artificial intelligence in many ways. Facial recognition counts on AI to authenticate and identify people by the shapes of their faces and features. Robots and drones patrol perimeters looking for anomalies, leaving human officers free to handle other potential threats and events. AI-based software checks feeds from central video monitoring stations to filter out false alarms.

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Monday, May 24, 2021

Always Surrounded: Will AI One Day Hold the Capacity to Destroy Mankind?


Always Surrounded: Will AI One Day Hold the Capacity to Destroy Mankind?
 | #TpromoCom #AI #Privacy #Security #Identification | Technology counts on AI to authenticate and identify people https://bit.ly/3fFtxMp

Not long ago, artificial intelligence was viewed as science fiction. Today, it routinely makes our lives more secure and convenient. AI surrounds us in our everyday lives. Online entertainment providers use it to suggest movies, TV shows and music we might enjoy. Retailers try to influence our current buying decisions based on previous purchases. Chatbots help us make appointments with service providers.
Technology is like everything else, it's only as good or bad as the 'person' using it. However, where I see a problem is when AI tech reaches the place where it's able to think on it's own. When we get to this place in the AI world, the decision  to use tech for good or bad is no longer in the hands of human beings. Now, it's in the hands of an 'Unknown.'
--Al Colombo


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