artificial-intelligence

Veni. Vidi. Vici.

As Julius Caesar once said, Veni, vidi, vici (I came, I saw, I conquered).  While we didn't pillage and plunder, we here at Vintra have had quite a few busy weeks taking home awards.  Read More

Tags: Artificial Intelligence, AI, Video Analytics, Enterprise Security, campus security, Security Today, SIA, Security Industry Association

The Best Things in AI - March 2019

The best things we read in AI Vintra's monthly round-up of AI-related articles, blogs, videos, and papers we liked.  Read More

Tags: Artificial Intelligence, AI, Physical Security, Security, Ethics, Weaponized AI, The Guardian

Case Study: Bet on Red

Inside the Case Study: A major enterprise customer experienced the power of Vintra's industry-leading multi-class detections They performed fast, accurate search of over 13 hours of video, instantly, and produced accurate results The customer easily... Read More

Tags: Artificial Intelligence, AI, Video Analytics, Enterprise Security, real-time intelligence

Best in AI — January 2019

The best things we read in AI Vintra's monthly round-up of AI-related articles, blogs, videos, and papers we liked.  Read More

Tags: Artificial Intelligence, IT Security, AI, Physical Security, Video Analytics, Face Recognition, What is artificial intelligence, facial recognition, Deep learning, Machine learning, Neural Nets, White House, IoT

NVIDIA Innovator's Day

Vintra is proud to have been a presenter at the recent NVIDIA Video Analytics Innovation Day. Vintra CEO, Brent Boekestein, gave a talk covering the state of analytics and how integrators, hardware manufacturers, VMS companies, and even developers... Read More

Tags: Artificial Intelligence, AI, Video Analytics, What is artificial intelligence, Deep learning, NVIDIA

How bias can skew data sets, and what can be done to fix it

What is bias in data sets? What different types of bias can infiltrate my data? How has bias in data sets affected other artificial intelligence (AI) ventures? What can be done to ameliorate the effects of bias? Read More

Tags: Artificial Intelligence, AI, AI regulation, ACLU, Data Sets

How AI can increase response time to false alarms of active shooters

Top 3 Takeaways 1.     With active shooter fatalities on the rise, your organization can’t afford to lag behind in times of emergency. 2.     False reports of active shooters lead to stress, trauma, and more in hidden costs for your organization. 3.... Read More

Tags: Artificial Intelligence, What is artificial intelligence, facial recognition, Enterprise Security, active shooter, workplace violence, campus security

Best in AI — December 2018

The best things we read in AI [Happy New Year from Vintra!] Vintra's monthly round-up of AI-related articles, blogs, videos, and papers we liked.  Read More

Tags: Artificial Intelligence, IT Security, AI, Video Analytics, Face Recognition, What is artificial intelligence, facial recognition, Deep learning, Machine learning, Neural Nets, Airport Security, ACLU, White House

The 5 Questions to Ask Before Purchasing AI

1. Can you identify the risks that the technology addresses? 2. Can you ensure accurate data inputs? 3. How will the technology affect stakeholder relations and security practices? 4. Can it be tested to ensure transparency and accountability? 5.... Read More

Tags: Artificial Intelligence, AI, Physical Security, Security, Public Safety, facial recognition, Deep learning, Enterprise Security, White Paper, AI Conference, O'Reilly AI Conference

What increased debate about regulation means for AI

Top 3 Takeaways Congress is taking a closer look at ways to regulate artificial intelligence (AI). The appearance of unregulated AI-powered software can actually lead to an increased feeling of insecurity. There isn’t one established attitude on... Read More

Tags: Artificial Intelligence, AI, facial recognition, Deep learning, AI regulation