CLE groups are working together to develop cameras that use artificial intelligence to slow down illegal dumping

CLEVELAND — Illegal dumping is off to a fast start in Cleveland in 2023, and so is the city in its effort to combat the perennial problem by developing monitoring systems using artificial intelligence. The city has teamed up with Cleveland State University and Case Western Reserve University through the Internet of Things, or IOT … Read more

Phil Parkinson on Welcome to Wrexham cameras beat up Mourinho

For Phil Parkinson, one memory stands above all of the era when his Bradford City side inflicted one of the greatest FA Cup shocks of all time on Premier League leaders Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. “We were losing 2-1,” says the 55-year-old, who this weekend hopes to write another chapter in FA Cup folklore as … Read more

How AI and cameras are revolutionizing remote patient monitoring

Sponsored content Electronic subscription systemsJanuary 26, 2023Reviewed by Louis Castel Remote patient monitoring is now a major application in medical spaces as cameras and artificial intelligence revolutionize the delivery of care. This article will therefore discuss how the two technologies can work together to make life easier for patients and caregivers. Image credit: e-con Systems … Read more

Reviewing the best indoor security cameras for 2023

Nothing is more important than keeping you and your family safe. And while no one can predict the unpredictable, we can take some measures to help. Peace of mind and that extra layer of security can be had thanks to a number of great options for indoor home security cameras. No longer are fancy security … Read more

Cameras in the Seymour and Coquitlam watersheds capture wildlife

Photographs of Roosevelt elk and gray wolves, not known to be abundant in areas, were captured via Metro Vancouver’s Wildlife Watch Program Wildlife cameras installed in the Seymour and Coquitlam watersheds captured an abundance of animal activity, including some sightings that pleasantly surprised local environmental enthusiasts. Photos depict black bears exploring with their cubs or … Read more

Wisconsin wildlife photos captured on trail cameras by DNR software

Thousands of trail cameras sit in Wisconsin’s woods, plains, and grasslands, silently waiting to snap a photo of a passing animal, a curious bobcat, or a group of galloping otters. Millions of these images have been compiled for all to see thanks to the Snapshot Wisconsin program created by the state’s Department of Natural Resources. … Read more