Facial recognition CCTV to be used for locating missing people in Australia, says report
After proving their efficiency in reducing crime, facial recognition CCTV technology will also be employed for locating missing people in South Australia, a recent news report has been able to suggest.
Following successful trials which lasted from October to December last year, South Australia police has revealed that its intelligence officers will use the new software, worth $780,000, to analyse images from CCTV, ATM cameras and even social media in some cases.
Police Commissioner Grant Stevens commented “During the development phase, as a test, we ran images of a person who was a suspect for an offence and it came up with a positive result,” Mr Stevens said. “I’m very keen for it to be rolled out to its full extent across SAPOL.”
The system compares images uploaded by police against a database of about 110,000 images of people who have been arrested in South Australia.
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