An approach to machine learning inspired by the human brain is about to revolutionize street search.
Even if the cop who pulls you over doesn’t recognize you, the body camera on his chest eventually just might.
Device-maker Motorola will work with artificial intelligence software startup Neurala to build “real-time learning for a person of interest search” on products such as the Si500 body camera for police, the firm announced Monday.
Italian-born neuroscientist and Neurala founder Massimiliano Versace has created patent-pending image recognition and machine learning technology. It’s similar to other machine learning methods but far more scalable, so a device carried by that cop on his shoulder can learn to recognize shapes and — potentially faces — as quickly and reliably as a much larger and more powerful computer. It works by mimicking the mammalian brain, rather than the way computers have worked traditionally.<!–more–>
opinion: They always make it sound like it is good for you and harmless. If you know the Truth then you know this is a lie! Are we against finding missing children, ABSOLUTELY NOT but like we said they make this sound innocent and we need this. Keep researching for yourself and learn what is happening…