Your Home Security Camera Will One Day Catch Crooks Before They Break In

Your Home Security Camera Will One Day Catch Crooks Before They Break In

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New Imagine if your home security system could sound the alarm a few minutes before bandits broke in. That's what researchers at Carnegie Mellon are working on with their new Mind's Eye program, reports Phys.org. They are developing software that not only records what people are doing, but can predict what...
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