An AI algorithm developed to see through walls


Israel has developed a new Artificial Intelligence (AI) based algorithm that can see through walls and what is happening behind the doors. Camero-Tech is the company that has designed Xaver 1000 algorithm and is interested in developing the tech with precision in coming years.

Actually, the whole concept has been in development for many years and the US military already has one such tech that can see people who stand behind obstacles such as cement or brick walls or cars or heavy trucks.

But the technology used by America was based on thermal detection and Xaver 1000 uses the same tech to track subjects with a back-up from AI powered detection systems.

Xaver 1000 is being offered with a lot of development. It magnifies the subjects to such a great extent that high resolution pictures can be availed to determine people sitting, standing or lying down.

Camero-Tech argues the newly developed tech will not only help in warlike situations, but can also assist the law enforcements in scenarios such as the Texas Uvalde School Shooting, where 19 kids and two teachers were shot dead by a cynic mind.

What’s amazing about this AI powered tech is the fact that the target can be zoomed to precision to find out whether it is an animal, adult, child or a mannequin.

Coming to the design of the Camero Tech designed Xaver 1000, it is in the design of a diamond with four flaps that open outwards. A single user is needed to operate it and he/she needs to stick the monitor to the wall to see what is happening at the other end.

The 10.1 inch navigational system allows a user to navigate around the room and can prove as an essential tool to military, law enforcing officers, intelligence units and rescue teams.

In the year 2020, Capella Space Company launched a similar tech named Capella-2 that can create high-resolution images from a revolving satellite above the earth. It works on radar technology and has the power to penetrate its vision through walls and rocks on the earth.

Only time can tell how useful will the newly designed AI technology will prove.

Conversely, all depends on the mind and hands that are using the tech and not the developed technology.


Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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