A large number of surveillance cameras does not necessarily means valid information

5 Jun



A large number of surveillance cameras does not mean a better collection of information.


Because the amount of information that is not processed in a specific way does not reveal the hidden information.

The “secret” in finding something should consists in data and algorithms. Only data or poor method to treat data will reveal just instant in formations, that cannot be used in predictability analysis.

What is good for software producers, is that a system that make those calculus, is better than a system that doesn’t do it alt all.

And this lead to the conclusion that validate the Murphy law: If anything can go wrong, it will.

As a conclusion, valid info require qualitative input and not just quantitative.

Jun 5, 2017, Constantin Costescu

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