Oriole Park to test artificial intelligence security product

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BALTIMORE (AP) — Oriole Park at Camden Yards will test a new security technology during the upcoming baseball season that uses 3D imaging and artificial intelligence to detect concealed weapons.

The Baltimore Sun reports the Maryland Stadium Authority announced Tuesday that the ballpark will try out a walk-through portal called Hexwave that can screen 1,000 people an hour. The product could make security checks faster by reducing the need to empty pockets and conduct bag checks or pat downs. It can, unlike metal detectors, sense non-metal weapons such as ghost guns, 3D-printed guns or liquid and plastic explosives.

The period in which the technology will be tested has yet to be determined.


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