May 14, 2024, 3:59 p.m. | Dr. Tony Hoang

The Artificial Intelligence Podcast

Companies like ZeroEyes are capitalizing on the growing market for school security technology, particularly surveillance cameras with AI systems that can detect people carrying guns. Kansas is considering $5 million in grants for schools to install such systems, but the funding is contingent upon the governor's approval and specific criteria, including patented AI software. ZeroEyes, founded by military veterans, is the only company that currently meets these requirements, but critics argue the legislation favors them and may divert funds from …

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