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If you are worried about having a camera monitoring your every move, things may get worse. The CCTV camera will soon be equipped with Facial recognition technology to automatically scan and identify the public's face. The technology was developed in collaboration with semiconductor giant NVIDIA and security startup AnyVision.

NVIDIA's chips will support the identity platform developed by AnyVision. A camera equipped with facial recognition technology automatically recognizes and tracks individuals indoors or outdoors. The real-time information will be sent back to the computer and analyzed by the algorithm and monitoring system, and the image information will then be compared to the database.

AnyVision does not specify which social media network data will be collected. AnyVision claims that this technology can detect, track and identify anyone captured by the camera with over 99% accuracy. The Israeli startup hopes that cameras with facial recognition technology can be used to discover terrorists, criminals and missing people, creating a safer urban environment.

CCTV camera will soon be equipped with facial recognition technology

AnyVision said in a blog post: "By leveraging NVIDIA technology, the existing CCTV camera system in the city can be transformed into a complex network built by smart cameras, allowing us to enhance the safety of urban residents with real-time data." AnyVision also suggested that The company is committed to protecting the personal data collected by the camera. AnyVision also launched an app that works on phones and tablets to provide location and photos for security teams.

This technology is also applied to camera systems on ATM machines. It compares the face of the account owner with real-time images to prevent bank fraud and illegal ATMs from taking action. According to AnyVision, this technology can also be used in places where security is critical, such as prisons and campuses, where the system identifies unauthorized people and automatically warns managers.

In addition, AnyVision claims that cameras in entertainment venues can also be equipped with facial recognition technology to prevent scammers and banned people from entering, even if they wear sunglasses, beards or hats. This technology comes from NVIDIA's metropolitan software cooperation project. The goal of this project is to work with software companies to build smart cities with deep learning techniques.

NVIDIA explained on the company's website: "Before 2020, we will use more than one billion cameras in the city to solve dazzling troubleshooting problems." Nvidia claims to also research a video-based automatic control traffic light to alleviate Traffic pressure. NVIDIA also wants to create a camera that can be installed on traffic lights to help people find parking spaces, and also wants to improve the maintenance of roads and bridges with cameras.

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