China creates 500 megapixel camera to recognize faces in crowds
Security and cybersecurity technology has improved in the last decade. China has created a 500 megapixel camera that will be used to recognize faces in crowds. The tests are being carried out in stadiums, but its creators assure that it is a potential risk for people's privacy.
The creators hope that there is a legal framework where they can operate the cameras, which have the capacity to record a video of 500 million pixels. At present, its equivalent is one hundred times the 4k format that exists in the current market.
The camera will be able to destroy your image by 10,000 people at a time, allowing you to clearly see each person's face. The technology has the latest advances in artificial intelligence and seeks government approval for its use.
These cameras will be able to store everything they record, directly in the cloud. However, they warn that situations may occur where privacy is violated. For example, when you have an extramarital date, and you wish not to be discovered, since the camera will fully identify the faces of thousands of people instantly.