Traffic Cameras Use AI To Spy On Drivers Inside Their Cars

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Technocrats invent because they can, not because there is a demonstrated need to do so. “Seeing” inside your car is a total violation or privacy and sanctity, but Technocrats don’t care about those things; if they could figure out a way to collect your DNA at the same time, they would do so.⁃ TN Editor

UK drivers will be the first in the world to be spied on by AI, following the launch of a controversial new speed camera.

The speed camera, which has been nicknamed ‘Big Brother’s cash machine’ by motorist advocates, uses AI and ‘4D’ radar to spy on drivers inside their cars.

That means it won’t just be able to catch out speeding drivers but anyone who uses their phone or fails to wear a seatbelt while sat behind the wheel.

The Redspeed Sentio camera was first installed on the A23 in Lambeth, South London, where it was trialled on unsuspecting drivers.

The AI camera is capable of keeping an eye on up to six lanes of traffic and can ‘talk’ to other cameras on route to check for your average speed.

They can even check your car for insurance and tax.

However, the cameras have already been criticised for being a ‘step too far’.

Nick Freeman, a lawyer who specialises in motoring, said: “As drivers we are all becoming sitting ducks. This could just be a step too far.

“It could help alleviate the lack of police on our roads. But we will always be missing something when we don’t have that human element.”

Meanwhile, Jake Hurfurt, head of Big Brother Watch, said: “This kind of intrusive and creepy surveillance which treats every passer-by as a potential suspect is excessive and normalising.

“It poses a threat to everyone’s privacy. People should be free to go about their lives without being analysed by faceless AI systems.”

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Patrick Wood
Patrick Wood is a leading and critical expert on Sustainable Development, Green Economy, Agenda 21, 2030 Agenda and historic Technocracy. He is the author of Technocracy Rising: The Trojan Horse of Global Transformation (2015) and co-author of Trilaterals Over Washington, Volumes I and II (1978-1980) with the late Antony C. Sutton.
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City put up a speed camera nearby and were perplexed when it was constantly vandalized.


They did this years ago along I-95 which extends the length of USA east coast. Folks in my state raised hell and they took speed cameras down. Not sure if the rest of the highway still has them. I know Texas has red light cameras and if you get at ticket there is no fighting it because the rental car company automatically deducts the fine from your credit card. This AI goes even further collecting license plates and looking up taxes and tags. Of course many cities have toll roads where they take your picture but supposedly they only use… Read more »

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Hi Patrick, I want to tell you about my experience at Game Stop in California. I am not a regular customer there. I went in to trade a brand new game I disliked. During the transaction, the sales clerk asked for my driver’s license; I gave it to him, reluctantly. Next, he wanted my FINGERPRINT! I stopped the transaction saying, “Oh, no! This is Technocracy! Go to to learn about what they’re doing to us.” The sales clerk informed me of the reason for fingerprinting customers who are trading or selling a products. The transaction of selling/trading makes Game… Read more »