The truth is 1.2 million of us will fall victim to a rape, robbery or murder by the end of this year.
That adds up to 3,400 new crime victims each and every day--all year long.
Yet the odds are growing daily that video cameras will catch these ultra-violent thugs in the act.
The fact is the U.S. has roughly 30 million cameras watching banks, malls, factories and city streets manned by law enforcement, federal agents, the military, homeowners and private security.
For the surveillance industry, though, that's just the beginning.
New video surveillance technology is growing by leaps and bounds with a compound annual growth rate of more than 10% a year.
In fact, ABI Research predicts the video surveillance market will grow to $41 billion by 2014.
But there's just one problem with the current approach...
We simply don't have enough people to watch all those cameras at any thing approaching real time.
Think of it as a river of information that's impossible to sort. It comes at us so fast that it's not much use when it comes to actually preventing crimes.
If only there was a way to figure out in advance what the bad guys were going to do next.
No doubt that would be huge.
"Smart" Software Finds Crooks FastThat's why I'm glad to tell you about a new breakthrough video surveillance technology created by a startup called BRS Labs.
It's called AISight and it could literally transform video security throughout the United States.
And just to drive the point home even further, the name is pronounced "eyesight." It's what's known as "smart" software since it's based on artificial intelligence, or AI.
Here's the thing. Its smart software combines computer vision with machine learning to recognize behavior. Think about that for a moment.
Not long ago AISight spotted a man who had no business hanging out with a group of school kids. What happened next will blow you away.
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