World Desk, Amar Ujala, California
Updated Mon, 07 Dec 2020 06:30 AM IST
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When police arrive at the scene, the suspect is lost in the streets carrying a pistol and a bag of heroin, but not from the eye of the drone. Suddenly looking at the drone, he tries to escape by hiding a pistol and drug. But on the spot the police arrest him.
As soon as the work is over, the drone returns back to the office and is deployed on the roof. To catch the criminals, this drone based on artificial intelligence is reaching the crime scene in the same city 15 times before the police as a responder. Police is monitoring drones with 2.70 lakh population and 70 percent of the 52-km stretch of Chuna Vista.
These drones deployed three places in the city cover up to 5 km at a time. They can go anywhere in buildings where people cannot reach. Seeing its success, they were planted in three cities in California and Georgia.
Understand the danger on the freedom of citizens
Jay Stanley of the American Civil Liberty Union Association believes that these drones are an intervention in privacy and people’s freedom. They are equipped with AI technology, can also identify a person in a crowd. Citizens should question their use.