A pilot project is set to launch in the current year.
Artificial intelligence will be utilised to identify inappropriate conduct within Kazakhstan's military. To achieve this, the Ministry of Defense plans to establish a unified video analytics system for military units, as announced by Deputy Minister of Defense Darhan Akhmediev during a briefing at the Central Communications Service, as reported by Sarbaz.kz.
"The camera itself indicates when a camera is turned off, when a person falls, or when a crowd gathers and an individual is absent from the scene. Today's technologies allow for such capabilities. It can be difficult for a human observer of video footage to accurately account for the entire personnel presence, but a camera can accomplish this using Face ID," explained Deputy Minister of Defense Darhan Akhmediev.
Currently, approximately 50,000 video cameras are installed across military units in the country. The new concept will aggregate the recordings from these cameras into a single database. The pilot project is set to commence within the current year. The cost of this project is estimated to be around 300 million KZT, as highlighted by the relevant department.