Invisibility coat to help keep the wearer in sight of surveillance cameras
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In recent years, there has been an increase in the number of AI-based video surveillance cameras that use artificial intelligence to recognize people and objects. However, a new invention called InvisDefense has been developed to conceal the wearer from these surveillance cameras.
An artificial intelligence-based “invisibility coat” called InvisDefense was developed by Chinese students at Wuhan University to conceal the wearer from surveillance cameras. These outfits run about $71 in price.
Although the invention makes it possible for the camera to record a human, AI doesn’t recognize the presence of a person in the image or video.
InvisDefense is a coat that is printed with a special algorithm that confuses visible light cameras during the day. It also has built-in thermal sensors that release peculiar heat signals at night in order to confuse infrared cameras. This makes it difficult for the AI to recognize the presence of a person in the image or video.
- Chinese researchers think that when employing AI on the battlefield, the InvisDefense cloak may be worn as a uniform by soldiers to avoid being seen by drones or other equipment. However, the disadvantage is that some detection systems in self-driving vehicles can be tricked by clothing.
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