Development of robot surveillance system which can spy on humans in incredible detail
U.S. Navy funds development of robot surveillance system which can spy on humans in incredible detail
Updated: 11th April 2017,
It has handed a $1.7 million (£1.4 million) grant to researchers from Cornell University, who are working to build a system which can “conduct surveillance as a single entity with many eyes”.
The cash was handed over by the U.S. Office of Naval Research, which is dedicated to developing new forms of military and civilian technology.
It could also be taught to spot people behaving suspiciously, such as someone who has placed a backpack on the floor and walked away.
In September 2016, The Sun Online learned thatLeCun contributed to academic papers exploring the creation of software which would serve as a “key component” in an automated surveillance network.