Can this AI find a terrorist in a surveillance video?

C4ISRNET: A Connecticut-based video analytics and cloud computing firm is pitching the U.S. Army on an artificial intelligence that can tag cars, people and weapons in drone footage, saving troops from drowning in data.

IronYun used an appearance at the Association of the U.S. Army’s annual meeting to market a capability that uses multiple algorithms running simultaneously for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance — potentially saving thousands of man-hours of screen viewing.

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