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        szdaily -> Speak Shenzhen -> 
        Software can catch shoplifters before they steal
            2019-03-14  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

        VaakEye, an AI software developed by Japanese startup Vaak, can allegedly detect shoplifting before it occurs by analyzing surveillance camera footage for discrete suspicious movements and behaviors of people caught in the camera’s field of view. If the algorithm decides that there is a high-enough probability of a person shoplifting, it sends an alert via a smartphone app so the crime can be prevented.

        VaakEye first made news headlines in December 2018 when it picked up on previously undetected shoplifting activity at a convenience store in Yokohama. The suspect, an 80-year-old man, was apprehended a few days later after stealing a hat.

        Vaak is testing its software in a few dozen stores in the Tokyo area, but plans to have it installed in 100,000 stores across Japan in the next three years.

        Vaak founder Ryo Tanaka said, “Finally, we took a step closer to a society where crime can be prevented with AI.”

        VaakEye is based on a complex algorithm that harnesses deep learning from more than 100,000 hours of surveillance footage and analyzes over 100 different factors, from a person’s face, clothes, movement, overall behavior, to macro-data like crime incidence in the area the shop is located in, or current weather conditions.

        This shoplifting-prevention software has reportedly helped detect at least seven shoplifters in tests performed as of Dec. 12 last year, and is credited with reducing shoplifting cases by 75 percent, according to IT Media.

        However, VaakEye is not intended to help police catch shoplifters after they’ve committed the crime, but rather help business owners prevent the crime from being committed. Theoretically, shop staff can approach suspicious subjects after receiving an alert from the software and ask if they need some help. This should discourage suspected shoplifters from going ahead with their plans.

        While Vaak is currently focusing on shoplifting prevention, they also have plans to enhance the software’s functionality. For instance, it can be installed in public spaces and train platforms to detect suspicious behavior and prevent suicide attempts.

        Words to Learn 相关词汇

        【逮捕】dǎibǔ apprehend take into custody; arrest by legal warrant or authority

        【利用 】lìyòng harness bring under conditions for effective use

        日本初创企业Vaak研发的软件VaakEye据称可以通过分析摄像头视频中不连续的可疑动作和行为?#35789;?#21035;盗窃行为。如果算法认定某个人偷窃的可能性足够高,就会通过智能手机应用发送警报以阻止犯罪。

        VaakEye首次登上新闻头条是在2018年12月,当时该软件在横滨的一家便利店发现了此前未被察觉到的偷窃行为。嫌疑人是一名80岁老人,几天后因?#30423;?#19968;顶帽子被捕。如今,Vaak公司正在东京地区的几十?#30097;?#24215;测试这一软件,并计划未来三年内在日本各地的10万?#30097;?#24215;安装该软件。

        Vaak公司的?#35789;?#20154;田中?#20102;擔骸?#32456;于我们距离用人工智能预防犯罪的社会又近了一步。”

        VaakEye软件基于一个复杂算法,该算法对超10万个小时的监控视频进行了深度学习,分析了100多种不同因素,从一个人的脸、服装、动作、整体行为,到商店所在地区的犯罪率或当下天气条件等宏观数据。

        据IT Media媒体报道,截至去年12月12日的测试期间,这款新的防偷盗软件已经帮助识别出至少7名小偷,并将盗窃案数量降低了75%。

        但是,VaakEye软件的目的不是为了在小偷盗窃后帮助警察抓住罪犯,而是帮助店主防止偷盗发生。从理论上来讲,店主可以在软件上收到警报后接近可疑人员并询问他们是否需要帮助。这样应该可以阻止嫌疑犯继续实施犯罪计划。

        尽管Vaak公司目前专注于预防盗窃,但他们也计划提高该软件的功能性。

        例如,该软件可以用在公共场所和火车站台,以察觉可疑行为,防止有人企图自杀。

        (Chinadaily.com.cn)

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