The Landing AI artificial intelligence company has developed an artificial intelligence that controls social distance from the measures needed to protect against coronavirus.


Developed artificial intelligence enables employees to maintain social distance in their workplaces. 

According to data from the World Health Organization, the number of coronavirus cases worldwide has surpassed 2.4 million. As the outbreak continues to spread, scientists are continuing to work to find a vaccine and cure for the virus.

There is still no definitive treatment for the virus to take some basic measures to protect. Social distance is the most basic measure that people who cannot stay in their homes for compulsory reasons such as work can take to protect themselves from the virus. But people may not always follow the rules of social distance. Artificial intelligence companies have begun developing tools to detect social distance between people.

This is how artificial intelligence that controls social distance works

Artificial intelligence company Landing AI has developed an artificial intelligence tool that detects social distance between people using cameras. The artificial intelligence tool released by the company detects whether people are standing at a safe distance from each other in real-time videos obtained from cameras.

In an artificial intelligence system that controls social distance, artificial intelligence makes use of camera data. Artificial intelligence detects people and draws rectangular frames around people. The rectangular frames around Yesil mean that social distance is observed. Those who do not match the social distance are placed in the red box.

Social distance in workplaces can be controlled by artificial intelligence

Landing AI says the artificial intelligence developed could be used in workplaces to suit people's social distance. With artificial intelligence developed, managers can control whether employees are complying with social distance rules.

Shopping giant Amazon is using a similar artificial intelligence app to control the social distances of employees at its warehouses, which still continue to operate. Warehouse workers who get too close to each other with Amazon's artificial intelligence app are being warned.