Michigan Capitol will deploy AI gun detection software on Monday

Lansing – The Capitol on Monday will deploy new technology that uses artificial intelligence to analyze gun surveillance videos and alert authorities to potential threats.

ZeroEyes has recently been deployed at Oxford High School in Oakland County and other locations around the country, but Monday will mark the first time it has been used in a Capitol building.

The software is one of the latest security upgrades at the Statehouse, which first began using weapon detection equipment at each of its entrances in August.

The additions come in response to an “increasingly tumultuous” political climate and pandemic-era protests that saw armed individuals gain entry to the floor of the House of Representatives and mill in the Senate gallery.

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