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An inventor named Ryder came up with the clever idea of installing an AI-powered sprinkler that can detect when people walk by and spray them with water if they get too close. Why would this be necessary? Well, apparently Ryder’s sidewalk was dug up by the city for no real reason, and with people walking on the dirt, there was no way grass can grow properly, thus this idea was born. Read more for a video and additional information.
This artificial intelligence-powered Raspberry Pi camera was originally trained to recognize dogs, all powered by Raspberry Pi computer. These two work together to analyze subjects using a custom programmed machine learning system capable of recognizing around 80 different objects including people, cars, and dogs.
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There is no teacher quite like fear. So I’m using artificial intelligence to turn my sprinkler on only when people walk on my lawn. I made this for entertainment only. The people you see in the video, even the ones portrayed as the public, have all agreed to be in the video prior to filming. I wouldn’t recommend you actually build anything like this yourself, I just wanted to make a video that I thought was entertaining,” said Ryder.