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Schools turn to artificial intelligence to spot guns as companies press lawmakers for state funds

  • Kansas plans to provide $5 million in grants for schools to use AI surveillance systems to detect guns. Approval from the governor and meeting specific criteria are required.
  • The AI software must be patented, comply with anti-terrorism technology standards, detect various gun classifications, and be in use in 30 states.
  • ZeroEyes is the only company meeting Kansas' criteria, providing AI surveillance to identify guns and alert authorities if a threat is confirmed.
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