Drones, Self-Driving Bots With Artificial Intelligence May Help Secure US Borders

Washington:  Scientists in the US are developing a system of robotic drones and land vehicles integrated with artificial intelligence that may help security forces better monitor the country’s border.Researchers at the University of Arizona (UA) received a USD 750,000 grant from the US Air Force Office of Scientific Research to build an autonomous surveillance system for land and aerial vehicles monitoring the country’s border with Mexico. They are building a framework for border surveillance that uses artificial intelligence, based on realistic computer simulations, to integrate data from different sources and respond in real time.”Our goal is to devise a system to most effectively, efficiently and safely deploy border patrol resources,” said Young-Jun Son, professor at UA.The research will help the United States Department of Homeland Security’s Customs and Border Protection…


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