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U.S. spy community looks to autonomously track people and vehicles with AI

U.S. spy community

The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA) is putting together a research program for the US spy community to autonomously identify, track, and trace people and their vehicles over long distances and periods of time.

Last week, the research funding arm of the US intelligence community, IARPA, published the technical draft for its Video Linking and Intelligence from Non-Collaborative Sensors (Video LINCS) research program.

The newly-updated draft broad agency announcement and funding opportunity details how the US spy community is looking to autonomously identify, track, and trace people, vehicles, and objects by using AI to analyze video footage captured by CCTV cameras, drones, and potentially webcams and phones.

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