A roving security staff member at Hongyuan Park, part of the Xixi Wetland preserve in Hangzhou in eastern China, wears a pair of smart glasses from artificial intelligence start-up Rokid to check on the temperature of park visitors. Photo: HandoutA roving security staff member at Hongyuan Park, part of the Xixi Wetland preserve in Hangzhou in eastern China, wears a pair of smart glasses from artificial intelligence start-up Rokid to check on the temperature of park visitors. Photo: Handout
A roving security staff member at Hongyuan Park, part of the Xixi Wetland preserve in Hangzhou in eastern China, wears a pair of smart glasses from artificial intelligence start-up Rokid to check on the temperature of park visitors. Photo: Handout

Hangzhou park security uses AI-powered smart glasses to detect people with fever

  • Roving security at Hongyuan Park can check the temperature of several hundred people within two minutes at a distance of up to 1 metre
  • Chinese AI start-up Rokid has also supplied its smart glasses to public security authorities in its home city of Hangzhou
Topic |   Artificial intelligence
A roving security staff member at Hongyuan Park, part of the Xixi Wetland preserve in Hangzhou in eastern China, wears a pair of smart glasses from artificial intelligence start-up Rokid to check on the temperature of park visitors. Photo: HandoutA roving security staff member at Hongyuan Park, part of the Xixi Wetland preserve in Hangzhou in eastern China, wears a pair of smart glasses from artificial intelligence start-up Rokid to check on the temperature of park visitors. Photo: Handout
A roving security staff member at Hongyuan Park, part of the Xixi Wetland preserve in Hangzhou in eastern China, wears a pair of smart glasses from artificial intelligence start-up Rokid to check on the temperature of park visitors. Photo: Handout
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