Tech & Science China is building a police station powered by AI, not humans

09:50  10 november  2017
09:50  10 november  2017 Source:   MSN

How did he get away? Cat burglar gives cops the slip

  How did he get away? Cat burglar gives cops the slip A cat burglar is on the run after evading police by climbing onto rooftops in Melbourne's CBD.Workers at the My Chemist store, near Little Collins Street, found the man in the store room of the building just before 1pm and alerted Triple Zero.

China this week announced an AI - powered unmanned police station will open in one of its capitol cities, proving once again that no other country quite embraces artificial intelligence like it does.

blog 'kristinaustin.blogdetik.com' is not exists.

a woman standing in a room© Provided by The Next Web China this week announced an AI-powered unmanned police station will open in one of its capitol cities, proving once again that no other country quite embraces artificial intelligence like it does.

The station appears to be designed with driver and vehicle related matters in mind, making it more like a Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) than a cop shop. It will provide driver’s examinations via simulator, registration services, and feature advanced face-scanning technology developed by Tencent, according to a report from Chinese financial paper Caijing Neican.

a man sitting in a car© Provided by The Next Web Setting aside the myriad of law enforcement related implications, there’s still plenty to unpack concerning the idea of unmanned government buildings. This station will be open to the public 24/7, and since citizens will presumably be dealing with dedicated hardware there should be far less points of failure than web-based solutions tend to have.

Man charged over 28-year cold case murder

  Man charged over 28-year cold case murder A breakthrough by forensic officers has led to a man being arrested for the 1989 stabbing murder of NSW greyhound racing bookie Charles Skarratt at his home.A man has been arrested near Wollongong over the murder of a well-known greyhound racing bookie who was found bound and stabbed in his Sydney garage 28 years ago.

blog 'bryancooper.blogdetik.com' is not exists.

Planned Chinese Space Station . China Achieves Human Spaceflight. The Chinese government noted in its latest white paper on space activities that China should be built “into a space power in all respects” and use its space program to enhance “its overall strength.”

Can you imagine what it would be like to deal with government bureaucracy without becoming frustrated?

Citizens will use their face as an ID Card. While the report wasn’t specific, it seems to indicate that those using the services won’t have to sit at stations and sign up for accounts, or download apps to generate logins. Image recognition AI will have access to all the pertinent information needed — it all sounds very elegant and smooth.

I have to admit I’m a little jealous. As an American who lives pretty far off the beaten path, I basically have to take half a day off work in order to conduct any business at the DMV. I’m eager for a future where I can get my photo ID renewed at 7PM on a Sunday without having to fill out any paperwork or talk to government employees.

Moment 'drink driver who blew .234' is detained by off-duty cop

  Moment 'drink driver who blew .234' is detained by off-duty cop A driver with a blood alcohol reading allegedly more than four times the legal limit has been dramatically arrested at a Sydney service station. CCTV shows the driver, dressed in a blue hooded jumper, in a heated discussion with an off-duty police officer at the BP outlet on Davies Road in Padstow just after 3.30pm yesterday.A scuffle then breaks out and the alleged drink driver, a 28-year-old Cronulla man, is wrestled to the ground by the officer, dressed in a red t-shirt, before being detained by witnesses and nearby store workers until uniformed police arrive.

blog 'carolchatmon.blogdetik.com' is not exists.

blog 'craigsaunders.blogdetik.com' is not exists.

And, while there’s a lot of understandable fear that robots will take positions away from people, sometimes humans aren’t the best suited candidates for a job.

In the US, places like the department of Veteran’s Affairs can’t possibly get any worse if we start replacing government employees who fail to meet the meekest of taxpayers’ expectations with more capable machines. Maybe we should try it out, like China, and see what happens.

Strong predawn earthquake jolts Tibet; no casualties .
A predawn 6.9 magnitude earthquake jolted a remote corner of Tibet early Saturday, with no reported casualties. The China Earthquake Administration placed the epicenter at Nyingchi in China's Tibet Autonomous Region near China's disputed border with India. The area is sparsely populated and known for its soaring Himalayan peaks and sacred Tibetan sites.China's official Xinhua News Agency reported that several homes were damaged but no casualties have been reported.A resident in Milin county who gave her surname as Ma said her family was in bed when they felt tremors lasting 30 seconds.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos:

This is interesting!