AI software anonymizes people and license plates

AI software anonymizes people and license plates

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By Nick Flaherty

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Vector in Germany has developed AI software that makes people and vehicle license plates unrecognizable when recording video and image data during development and testing.

Development projects for training driver assistance systems and autonomous driving record large amounts of video and image data in public spaces. The vAnonymize software makes it easier for users to anonymize the recorded data to ensure compliance with privacy regulations.

Video recordings play an important role in any development project for driver assistance systems and autonomous driving. However in the European Union as well as the United States of America, the recording of personal data in public spaces is strictly regulated by law. The data must be anonymized as quickly as technically possible.

Using artificial intelligence, faces and vehicle license plates are detected and subsequently anonymized by the vAnonymize software.  

After capturing images and videos with any recording system, the data is stored on a local storage or server. Anonymization of the recorded data by vAnonymize can be executed on servers as well as high-performance computers.

Parallel processing on multiple CPUs and GPUs provides a very high data throughput and Internet connection is required, with no sensitive data passed on to third parties.

Using vAnonymize on existing server infrastructure reduces costs, time, and administrative effort to store large amounts of videos and images in a privacy-compliant manner.



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