Silicon Valley's largest city is training AI to spot homeless vans, RVs and encampments

The Silicon Valley city of San Jose lashed cameras to city vehicles to record video of the streets, then they process that video through AI to identify potholes, illegally parked cars. Now, they've added a new element: The hunt for homeless vans, RVs and encampments. This proves yet again that California will do anything to the homeless except house them. (A resident would have to earn nearly $100,000 per year to afford a minimal one-bedroom apartment in San Jose.) 

The companies San Ho is partnering with include Ash Sensors, Sensen.AI, Xloop Digital, Blue Dome Technologies and CityRover.