Amazon Plans To Install AI Surveillance Cameras In Delivery Vans  | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Amazon Plans To Install AI Surveillance Cameras In Delivery Vans 

Amazon is preparing to install high-tech video cameras inside its fleet of delivery vehicles to better monitor drivers' behavior, according to The Verge.

The Information first uncovered an instructional video sent out to employees and contract workers about Amazon's new partnership with Netradyne, a California-based company developing video cameras inside fleet vehicles to monitor drivers. The device will tell the driver: "Distracted driving," "No stop detected," and "Please slow down."

The video was first uploaded to Vimeo a week ago and is titled "Amazon Netradyne Driver Information." A link to the video can be found here. Amazon's senior manager for last-mile safety, Karolina Haraldsdottir, narrates the video and explains the new technology will improve safety among its fleet drivers.

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