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World’s First Robotic Police
Do you know that where is the World’s First Robotic Police force, if you do not know, then let us tell you, the world’s first robotic police is in Dubai, Yes, it is true.
Dubai will now have a robot patrolling the city streets as a police officer. The world’s first operational robot police officer was officially inducted into the Dubai police force at the 4th Gulf Information Security Expo and Conference (GISEC) on Sunday.it has been deployed in Dubai some time back, this is the first Robocop of its kind. After a long research, it has been made that gradually a large part of the police monitoring will be automated like this.
This robot is very special and its programming has been done very well or the robot can also identify the police wanted criminals and can also collect evidence from the crime scene. The Dubai Police Department has deployed it as the first robot police. This Robocop can do all the work just like humans. By 2030, the Dubai Police Department will replace a quarter of its police officers with robots.
Dubai Planning For More Robotic Police
Wearing the uniform of Dubai Police, this robot looks exactly like a human. Before hosting the Dubai Expo 2030, Dubai wants to make its city safer. Brigadier Khalid Nasser Al Ruzooqi, Director General of the Dubai Police Department, says that this robot can work 24 hours without stopping, neither it will fall sick nor will it go on leave nor will anyone ask for leave.
If the “Robocop” experiment is successful, Dubai Police says it wants the robots – who are unarmed – to make up 25 percent of its patrolling force by 2030.
“These kind of robots can work 24/7. They won’t ask you for leave, sick leave or maternity leave. It can work around the clock,” said Brigadier Khalid Nasser Al Razooqi, director general of the Smart Services Department at Dubai Police. The robot on wheels is equipped with cameras and facial recognition software.
It can compare faces with a police database and flag matches to headquarters. It can read vehicle license plates and its video feed can help police watch for risks such as unattended bags in popular areas of Dubai, a financial and tourism hub.
Dubai Police is already taking the help of high-tech machines. A police team monitors Lamborghini and Ferrari vehicles on the roads in the UAE. But instead of humans, these robots will have a huge contribution in the police. In which there will be face recognition software, many countries of the world are considering Robocop as a good option due to the increasing distrust of violence and police. Did you know? these ?
Source :- The Economic Times
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