FOX23 Investigates: AI Cameras in Tulsa

Artificial intelligence cameras to be used in Tulsa

TULSA, Okla. — Artificial intelligence is being tested in Tulsa to determine its best uses in the future.

AI cameras are being used to analyze how often people are playing on tennis courts at Tulsa parks or record the number of people on those courts.

A data analytics manager built a computer program that automates machine learning. That program is used by a system of cameras that come on every 12 minutes and take photos.

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AI cameras are being tested in Tulsa to monitor blight in the city.
AI cameras are being tested in Tulsa to monitor blight in the city. (FOX23)

They record information and send the data back -- but the images get deleted.

The City of Tulsa says they hope in the future to use AI to monitor blight in the city like tall grass, trash, and cars parked in the yard.

The city is looking for feedback from the public for feedback on how it should best use AI technology.