artificial intelligence


AI modules developed for surveillance cameras by Uncanny Vision

Uncanny Vision expects the innovation to help keep growing incidents of crime under check by predicatively warning about suspicious behaviour using deep learning algorithms. Read More

Umbo Computer Vision’s SmartBullet camera strengthens intrusion detection with AI

The self-learning camera is designed to protect businesses, public spaces and critical infrastructure by analysing footage to identify and raise alerts concerning activities suggestive of intrusions and break-ins. Read More

Facial recognition needn’t infringe our privacy as the CCTV commissioner fears. Quite the opposite – if we get the tech right

Rather than obsessing over the legal implications, we should be exploring ways to make AI work for everyone, argues Cloudview founder James Wickes. Read More

A window to more than the soul? AI research raises troubling questions about privacy, profiling and wrongful arrest

The growing sophistication of facial recognition has generated considerable alarm in the media this week, even if it promises to eventually free us from the tyranny of myriad passwords and the ‘forgotten password’ process. Read More

“The panomorph lens will imitate human eyesight and empower AI”

ImmerVision is a one-of-a-kind company intent on persuading the security industry that its patented panomorph lens is far superior to the widely used fisheye lens. Read More

“Fixed cameras will account for less than 50% of surveillance footage in five years’ time”: Milestone CTO on ‘gigantic’ data and neural networks

Bjorn Skou Eilertsen, CTO of Milestone Systems, was thinking big in the Security Management Theatre on day three of IFSEC International. Read More

Deep-learning algorithms, biometric passports and anti-drone technology helping to drive airport revolution

The global market for ‘smart’ airports is growing at 10.7% CAGR, according to a report by Grand View Research. Read More

TDSi Q&A: “The security industry confuses customers with jargon and acronyms”

IFSEC Global got in touch with TDSi MD John Davies to discuss TDSi's new GARDiS software, TDSi’s international growth, trying a new approach at IFSEC and the industry’s use of the terms ‘AI’ and ‘machine learning’. Read More

The future of video surveillance amid the rise of artificial intelligence

Willem Ryan, senior director for global marketing at Avigilon, explores the profound benefits that deep learning algorithms could realise in the video surveillance market. Read More

Watch: Avigilon previews AI and other tech being showcased at IFSEC 2017

Video surveillance innovator Avigilon is once again exhibiting at IFSEC International. Read More



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