Saturday, May 13, 2017

Reader technology to monitor the emotions of the criminal before committing prohibited


Reader technology to monitor the emotions of the criminal before committing prohibited
Reader technology to monitor the emotions of the criminal before committing prohibited

A Russian company has invented an emotion-reader technology that could soon be used by police.
NtechLab said the new tool - a software application for surveillance cameras - can identify people in the crowd, and know if they are angry, nervous or nervous. They monitor any suspicious behavior by tracing the person's identity, age, gender and current emotional state.
She noted that the application had helped reunite friends and family members who had been missing for a long time, and had helped the police resolve two outstanding old cases and identify criminals.
The company added that the addition of the property of emotions - accuracy of more than 94% - can give the program real-time crime control capabilities.
Commenting on privacy concerns, the company said surveillance cameras are almost everywhere, and not being there is likely to raise some people's concerns, so when a person is in a public place there is no privacy. She added that the privacy forecast has disappeared with the arrival of smart phones that know a lot about us, including our actions and our whereabouts.
The company hopes to develop more real-world applications and cloud applications for facial recognition and emotion recognition software.

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