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How AI can help prevent gun violence

AI Technology Used to Help Combat Potential Mass Shootings

  • Artificial Intelligence (AI) is being used to help with potential mass shooting scenarios
  • Miami’s Frost Museum of Science is using AI to detect any weapons on the premises and alert security staff
  • AI technology developed by a company called Bmotion can pinpoint exact location of a threat
  • AI programs like the one from company Zeroeyes are being used in schools, providing police with an exact location of a shooter within seconds
  • Critics of AI say it is not foolproof, but institutions view it as another layer of defense.

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as shooting surge across this country amuseum in Florida is taking a high-techapproach to help toward potential massshootings cbs's Manuel bojorkas shows ushow artificial intelligence is beingused to spot gun threats and identifyShooters as soon as possibleMiami's Frost museum of science is usingartificial intelligence to try to keepvisitors safe so the issn monitors allthe cameras and Brooks weisblatt is VPfor technology every tool helps everysecond counts you know anything that wecan do to further protect the communityand our visitors and our staff thetechnology works with their existingcameras and has been programmed to spotdifferent types of weapons say my phonewere a weapon the system wouldimmediately alert the entire Museumsecurity staff but also pinpoint myexact location they could then determinewhether it's a police officer forinstance or an actual threat the AItechnology is developed by a companycalled bmotion Hussein Abu Hassan is itspresident airport Schools they're bigplaces so is it revolutionary then tohave the ability to have ai do it asopposed to human eyes absolutely youcannot have millions of people watchingcameras all over the world it's almostwas impossible he points to theNashville school shooting as an examplethe company claims this simulation showsthe weapon being detected once theshooter got in and during the time theshooter spent near this hallway it wouldhave provided the the officer the exactlocation of that shooter similar AIprograms like the one from company zeroeyes are being used in schools likeFlorida's Hernando County SchoolDistrict the goal would be to get policeon the way before a single shot is firedwe can be aware and law enforcement canbe responding within seconds we'renotified the company B motion says itssystem can cost school districtsanywhere from 40 to 70 dollars perstudent per year critics of AI say it'snot foolproof but the institutions wespoke with consider it another layer ofDefenseCBS News Miami