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Protecting Jeju residents’ safety with artificial intelligence CCTV… “I just got it” facial recognition

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The operation stage of the artificial intelligence CCTV for personal protection that the Jeju National Police Agency is piloting for the first time in the country.[사진=제주경찰청]


(Jeju = International News) Reporter Moon Do-hyeon = The Jeju National Police Agency is the first nationwide to pilot artificial intelligence CCTV.

According to the Jeju National Police Agency on the 29th, when an unregistered person such as a perpetrator wanders around the house or invades the boundary area for personal protection with functions such as facial recognition, intrusion detection, and real-time emergency notification, the CCTV recognizes the face and provides a real-time emergency to the person to be protected. It said that it was designed to send a notification and make a 112 emergency call.

This is an improvement measure in response to the criticism that the CCTV installed at the site of the Jeju middle school student murder case in July only had a recording function, and the effect of ensuring real-time safety was low.

In particular, this artificial intelligence CCTV is also equipped with a function to link the police station’s situation room, so it is possible to monitor and respond to the situation in real time, such as whether the perpetrator has broken into the residence or is wandering around the area.

Based on the pilot operation results of the Jeju National Police Agency, the National Police Agency is planning to expand and distribute artificial intelligence CCTVs for personal protection nationwide next year.

An official from the Jeju National Police Agency said, “The artificial intelligence CCTV is effective in preventing violent and retaliatory crimes because it can be used to predict the situation before an incident, to dispatch quickly when an incident occurs, and to secure evidence after an incident occurs. I expect that,” he said.

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