Investing in AI: Making Our Streets Safer

The recent and tragic stabbing death of Cash App creator, husband, and father of two, Bob Lee, near San Francisco’s financial district is yet another stark and unfortunate reminder of the rise in crime rates many US cities have been experiencing since the start of the pandemic.

Chicago, which holds the dubious distinction of leading our nation in homicides for 11 years running, had nearly 700 homicides last year… higher than Philadelphia (516), New York City (438), Houston (435), and Los Angeles (382).

Cities are increasingly on edge... and American citizens are literally begging for change while making their voices heard loud and clear at the ballot box.

Investing in AI: Making Our Streets Safer.

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People just want to be able to go outside and enjoy clean, safe streets. But something is truly amiss. 

Murder saw one of its biggest year-over-year increases on record during the pandemic, and violent crime has been holding at higher levels than where they were pre-pandemic. 

The bottom line is that citizens no longer feel safe. They’re afraid for their own safety and they’re afraid for the safety of their children.

And crime is not just a concern in urban areas. It has made its way into the suburbs as well.

Police can only do so much. Oftentimes, they’re responding to crimes well after the act has been perpetrated and well after the perpetrators have fled the scene.

And that’s true even when crimes are caught on camera due to the slow human component of monitoring and reporting to authorities. 

A change is sorely needed... and Predictive AI is set to play a critical role.

Already, the United States is one of the most surveilled countries in the world with CCTV cameras installed in most public and private places.

The United States is one of the most surveilled countries in the world with CCTV cameras installed in most public and private places.

Millions more cameras are being added yearly by citizens trying to protect their homes and business owners attempting to protect their businesses. 

Yet, crime is still rampant in the US… and the same thing is happening globally. 

The global surveillance camera market in 2021 was valued at US$28 billion. The market is expected to reach US$45 billion by 2027.

Furthermore, the global surveillance camera market volume is expected to reach 524 million units in 2027, increasing from 214 million units in 2021.

Surveillance cameras can deter crime by increasing the probability of arrest and incarceration. But they do little to prevent crimes BEFORE they happen. 

That’s where Predictive AI comes in.

Predictive AI, also known as predictive analytics, refers to the use of machine learning algorithms and statistical models to analyze data and make predictions about future events or behaviors — including criminal behavior. 

New innovations in Predictive AI are creating advances in facial, behavioral, and pattern recognition that can be deployed virtually anywhere… from street corners and storefronts to amusement parks and sports stadiums. 

One AI company that recently came onto our radar is launching an advanced Predictive AI surveillance technology designed to stop crime before it happens.

It accomplishes this by seamlessly picking out faces, weapons, vehicles, and more and then alerting authorities, and keeping them alerted, throughout the chain of events. 

The AI-powered software integrates with existing camera networks to monitor more cameras at one time than any one person or team of people ever could. 

And unlike human beings… it can perform a complex set of data analysis in mere microseconds.  

This fast-emerging AI company conducted a real-life test of its Predictive AI-Powered Security Platform in a crime-ridden borough of Mexico City.  

In less than one year, the system produced a 45% decrease in crime throughout the area of nearly half a million residents. With the crime deterrence system in place, citizens reported being able to venture outdoors without the fear of being robbed or gunned down. 

What’s more, the company’s CEO is a United States Veteran with both FBI and SWAT experience… so he understands the intricacies of crime and crime prevention here in the homeland. 

And, in addition to protecting citizens, the system can be deployed to safeguard power plants (including nuclear), airports, railways, and other critical infrastructure. 

We all remember last December’s attack on two North Carolina substations that left 45,000 utility customers without power.

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December 2022 attack on two North Carolina substations that left 45,000 utility customers without power.

But did you know that there have been no less than eight US power station attacks since mid-November of last year?  

It’s a growing national security concern, and, fortunately, this company’s Predictive AI-Powered Security Platform is being rolled out in America next. 

For US citizens, it means safer neighborhoods, safer public spaces, and a safeguarding of critical infrastructure. 

For investors, it’s an early-stage opportunity that’s both timely and potentially very lucrative. 

We have all the details on this new Predictive AI platform, the CEO and US veteran behind it, and the opportunity at hand for well-timed investors.

Mike Fagan

Mike Fagan
Editor, Daily Profit Cycle