MIT's AI can now 'see' and track people through walls using wireless signals

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MIT has created a system likened to X-ray vision, but the AI can track a person through walls — or identify one specific person out of a group of 100 people — by using wireless signals. MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) calls it RF-Pose.

Yeah, that’s not creepy at all. How could they ignore the blaring red alert of potential privacy and spying issues and continue to develop artificial intelligence (AI) that can monitor a person’s movements through a solid wall using wireless radio waves? Apparently for its potential use in healthcare.

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