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Sep 04 2023

Robotic Dogs With Facial Recognition at Ball Games

In case police drones spying on Labor Day barbeques aren’t enough like something out of a dystopian science fiction movie to fit your taste, try robotic dogs capable of facial recognition:

Mercedes Benz Stadium, located in Atlanta, Ga., has introduced Benzie the DroneDog, designed by Boston Dynamics and developed by Asylon Robotics. Benzie will autonomously patrol 11 acres and send back real-time video during 30-minute shifts. The video feed has 1080p color and night vision capabilities, business news publisher Atlanta Business Chronicle reports.

Let’s hope DroneDog is not capable of lethal force.

The robot developer says that, aside from facial recognition, the robot can perform license plate recognition and sniff for explosives and narcotics.

If it can sniff out senior citizens who believe that men aren’t women, West Yorkshire Police might buy a few.

DroneDog was designed both for government and commercial use.

It’s the former that is alarming. The need to restrain government has never been more urgent than in the world that is unfolding.

On a tip from ABC of the ANC.


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2 Responses to “Robotic Dogs With Facial Recognition at Ball Games”

  1. […] committed their crimes, and enemies of the State are hunted down by robots. We’ve already got robotic dogs with facial recognition capabilities, much like the spider robots in the movie. Voyager Labs […]


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