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Tampa spent more than $2 million installing the cameras that not only watch, but study people, using what’s called behavior recognition software.

“The video analyzes the movement with this specialized computer software and it gives them alarms when certain activities occur as body movement and body language,” said Michael Peros, Owner of Privacy Electronics in Pinellas Park.

Source: Ryan Raiche for ABC Action News.

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