Artificial intelligence with the ability to detect politicians using phones during a meeting, immediately notify the public on Twitter

Tram Ho

Everyone has been glued to their phones during boring meetings, and senior executives are no exception. But in a meeting room that can hold several hundred people, it’s hard to keep an eye on who’s not paying attention.

Perhaps that is why this artificial intelligence system was born: it can see and recognize who is holding a mobile device.

Trí tuệ nhân tạo với khả năng phát hiện chính trị gia dùng điện thoại trong buổi họp, lập tức báo lên Twitter cho công chúng biết - Ảnh 1.

That’s exactly what digital artist Dris Depooter did with his latest work, “The Flemish Scrollers.” His software uses facial recognition algorithms to detect which politicians in Flemish, Belgium are distracted with their phones during a parliamentary session. Two years ago, Flemish minister Jan Jambon caused controversy when he was spotted playing Angry Birds during a meeting about the law.

Trí tuệ nhân tạo với khả năng phát hiện chính trị gia dùng điện thoại trong buổi họp, lập tức báo lên Twitter cho công chúng biết - Ảnh 2.

Two years ago, Flemish minister Jan Jambon caused controversy when he was spotted playing Angry Birds during a meeting about the law.

Launched this past Monday, Depoorter’s system tracks live streams of government meetings on YouTube to gauge how much time a member spends surfing on the phone compared to listening to the meeting. If the AI ​​detects a person is distracted, it will let everyone know by posting a clip on the Instagram page @TheFlemishScrollers and the Twitter account @FlemishScroller .

The character named will be tagged with the request: “please focus!”

Trí tuệ nhân tạo với khả năng phát hiện chính trị gia dùng điện thoại trong buổi họp, lập tức báo lên Twitter cho công chúng biết - Ảnh 3.

The character named will be tagged with the request: “please focus!”

According to Depoorter’s website, if no meetings are taking place, the software will analyze and learn from pre-saved livestreams. Only 24 hours after its publication, the program identified four politicians who were busy with their phones and created a lively discussion among the group of followers.

Some point to this AI’s tendency to draw conclusions too soon. It is difficult for us to know what these politicians are doing on the phone because phones are not always a time killer, sometimes there are important things that need to be addressed immediately.

Unless this AI can recognize the content displayed on the phone, we can only believe that being tracked by computers will help politicians reduce their addiction to Angry Birds.

According to Mashable

 

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Source : Genk