Artificial Intelligence cameras are being used in London and other cities in the UK to monitor social distancing.
The sensors were initially developed by Viva to track the flow of traffic, cyclists and pedestrians and monitor how roads are being used.
But when the country went into lockdown in March, Viva added on an extra feature to the AI scanners so it could register the distance between pedestrians. This data is shared in a monthly report with the Government.
Viva said they have more than 1,000 sensors installed across the UK, in cities including London, Manchester, Oxford, Cambridge and Nottingham.
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