A startup named BuddyGuard has unveiled an interesting security system this week.

Called Flare, it claims to be the “first home security system powered by true artificial intelligence,” mixing a 130-degree camera with an AI system that will automatically detect who is a friend and who is a foe.

It does this by using a machine vision algorithm to detect and catalog faces and then mixes that with geolocation data to tell if the person detected is coming or going.

It can also use audio recognition to take a set of voice commands, as well as distinguish normal sounds from suspicious sounds around your home. If it detects something wrong, the Flare can instantly content the police and request a dispatch, as well as record both audio and video footage of the intruder.

BuddyGuard’s Flare already raised a total of $266,604 in funding back in July, however, via Indiegogo InDemand, you can still pre-order the Flare for from $349.

You can do that at the source link below.

Source: Indiegogo

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