"It will work like deja vu," said an ETRI spokesperson. The AI software is still in development and the complete version will be finished by 2022, the institute said. Cameras with its capabilities will eventually be expanded to other districts in Seoul as well as other provinces, they added. ETRI is also developing person re-ID software to be used for sex crime offenders with electronic anklets.
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