Utah Police Look To Artificial Intelligence For Assistance
A Utah city police department is considering a partnership with an artificial intelligence company in an effort to help the law enforcement agency work more efficiently. The Daily Herald reported the Springville police may work with technology firm Banjo to help improve its response times to emergencies. The Springfield City Council heard a presentation from Banjo Jan. 7 but did not immediately make a decision about using the technology. Officials say the Park City company can gather real-time data from sources including 911 dispatch calls, traffic cameras, emergency alarms, and social media posts and report related information to the police.
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