Next step in surveillance AI: finding out who your friends are

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Los Angeles (tca/dpa) — A gray-haired man walks through an office lobby holding a coffee cup, staring ahead as he passes the entryway. He appears unaware that he’s being tracked by a network of cameras that can detect not only where he has been but also who has been with him. Surveillance technology has long been able to identify you. Now, with help from artificial intelligence, it’s trying to figure out who your friends are. With a few clicks, this “co-appearance” or “correlation analysis” software can find anyone who has appeared on surveillance frames within a few minutes of the gray-haired…

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