Orlando Florida – Futuristic Surveillance Smart City
Once again the 5G transhumanism agenda is displayed through predictive programming. Weather you are interacting in society with google lens or you are just a regular citizen walking, there is a potential that 5G wireless frequencies along with other blue beam technologies will be beaming into your eyes. UCF researchers have installed an artificial intelligence-powered software that can recognize facial characteristics and body movements to detect assaults, robberies and even explosions in real time.
Amazon’s Rekognition program is still in the pilot phase with no limits to the technologies Orlando might use to improve policing and advance itself as one of the nation’s “smart cities”. Although currently being tested on a small number of cameras throughout the city with volunteer Orlando police officers, when Rekognition becomes fully operational, it will look for “persons of interest” by tapping into Orlando’s network of surveillance cameras and essentially scanning everyone it can see until it finds a match.
To get ahead of a potential crime the software is predictive – it’s designed to learn, through thousands of examples, what events and conditions precede an anomaly so it can alert law enforcement before future events happen. “This is not ‘Minority Report.'” –former Deputy Police Chief Mark Canty
Since the city’s partnership with Amazon was revealed, civil liberties advocates and activists have condemned the use of facial recognition and similar technologies by law enforcement, calling them an intrusive surveillance technique rife with potential for abuse with no federal or state laws to regulate it. Facial recognition technology is virtually unregulated and there are currently no bills in the Legislature that address the issue.