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‘Aggression detection’ is coming to facial recognition cameras around the world

 — 26 septembre 2020
Russian firm NTech Lab plans to roll emotional detection features worldwide as soon as 2021

Tech Lab, makers of Russia’s expansive real-time facial recognition surveillance system, is set to roll out “aggression detection” as well as “violence detection” features, which will flag law enforcement when the algorithm thinks someone is committing or about to commit violence starting in 2021.

The firm recently got an injection of cash from the Russian government and an unnamed Middle Eastern partner. Flush with $15 million in new funds, it’s now eyeing expansion into Latin America, the Middle East, and potentially Asia, according to a report from Forbes.


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