AI


Growing use of deepfakes puts pressure on integrity of video evidence

There is a growing concern regarding deepfakes, making it increasingly important for video tech users to prove the integrity of evidence. Read More

‘Industry-first’ ethical Automated Facial Recognition framework launched by BSIA

The video surveillance section of the BSIA has launched an ethical and legal use guide for Automated Facial Recognition (AFR). Read More

Axis highlights integration, trust and AI amongst top physical security trends

Axis Communications' Chief Technical Officer highlights his top trends for physical security in the year ahead. Read More

Eagle Eye Networks set to leverage AI on cloud platform after $40 million investment from venture capitalist firm

Accel, a venture capitalist firm that has previously invested in the likes of Facebook and Spotify is helping Eagle Eye Networks continue its growth in cloud video surveillance after a $40 million investment. Read More

How the role of a retail security guard has changed

How the role of the security guard has changed in retail environments with the onset of new technology and COVID-19. Read More

Why AI and facial recognition software is under scrutiny for racial and gender bias

In the light of the Black Lives Matter protests, facial recognition vendors and users are taking notice of concerns over racial bias and privacy, reports Ron Alalouff. Read More



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