Vaak AI Cameras Can Spot Shoplifters Even Before They Steal

Ryo Tanaka, founder and chief executive officer of Vaak, poses for a photograph in Tokyo, Japan, on Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2019. Vaak, a Japanese startup, has developed artificial intelligence software that hunts for potential shoplifters, using footage from security cameras for fidgeting, restlessness and other potentially suspicious body language. Photographer: Akio Kon/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Ryo Tanaka, founder and chief executive officer of Vaak, poses for a photograph in Tokyo, Japan, on Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2019. Vaak, a Japanese startup, has developed artificial intelligence software that hunts for potential shoplifters, using footage from security cameras for fidgeting, restlessness and other potentially suspicious body language. Photographer: Akio Kon/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Vaak AI Cameras Can Spot Shoplifters Even Before They Steal
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