Crossy Roads, Hefty Fines
Richard Bradbury | Arvindh Yuvaraj | Jeff Sandhu
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In the city of Shenzhen, police have an invisible helping hand to enforce traffic rules to their 12 million residents thanks to high definition cameras and AI technology. Now, traffic rules violators (whether they are driving or on foot) faces will be displayed on a nearby LED screen to shame them into complying. If that’s not enough, they will even display your name.
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Categories: Politics, Law and Legal Matters, Technology, Medical Innovation and Technology, Tech, SME
Tags: china, shenzhen, artificial intelligence, jaywalking, crime, fines, traffic rules,