Artificial intelligence (AI) is changing the security industry, and quickly. Current data show 37% of businesses and organizations employ AI, AI will eliminate 85 million jobs and create 97 million new ones by 2025, and AI is expected to contribute $15.7 trillion to the global economy by 2030.

We already use increasingly high-tech AI in our daily lives. For example, the Ring Doorbell Pro 2 provides enhanced HD video with head-to-toe view and bird’s eye view with intruder motion history, all while operating on a low power, high-performance Ambarella CV25 camera system chip.

According to, other vision processors are being used in a variety of other human and computer vision applications, from video security devices to electronic mirrors and advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS).

What Is AI Analytics?

Brandon Reich, founder and CEO of Secure Business Intelligence, defines AI as “a program that can sense, reason, act, and adapt.” What were once the incredible ideas found only in Sci-Fi movies are now keeping our residences, businesses, and world governments secure.

AI analytics, specifically, give security protection systems a highly effective ability to scan, detect, and respond to potential threats and danger. With every scan and use, the system can incorporate more data and, therefore, output highly accurate information.

Compared to traditional technology, AI-informed analytics are able to learn and, in turn, become even more effective and knowledgeable. In other words, they are not static analytics.

Every industry and residence can benefit from integrating their existing security systems with AI. Herring Technology can integrate your current system with AI analytics, or upgrade any existing analytic technology you currently use, to provide your businesses or home with unwavering security.

Advantages of AI Analytics

AI analytics software has countless abilities that can better secure banks, schools, hospitals, residences, and more. Wondering whether AI analytics will benefit your security protection system? Consider the advantages: accuracy & consistency, responsiveness, and scalability.

Accuracy & consistency

Think of AI as another person on your security watch, but that does not experience fatigue. It is intelligent, self-learning, and self-improving, but it makes fewer mistakes while monitoring. And the AI analytics help your technology continue to learn, storing that knowledge in your database.

No wonder AI analytics is used for:

  • Real-time forensic searches (i.e. facial recognition)
  • Behavioral recognition
  • Intrusion detection
  • License plate scanning
  • Appearance searches


The responsiveness of AI analytics goes hand-in-hand with accuracy and consistency. When looking for threats, if accuracy is more likely than uncertainty or a false alarm, then your security systems response time will be exponentially quicker.

In fact, AI analytics outperform highly trained security professionals. One impressive example was reported by a state-of-the-art network that was trained on a database of labeled images was able to classify objects better than a Ph.D. student who trained on the same task for over 100 hours.


It’s no wonder, then, that AI analytics’ accuracy, consistency, and increased response time would make it desirable for large-scale security protection, such as monitoring a large event or extensive database, among other things. Even with a larger scope, AI analytics can still deliver the necessary information quickly.

Former CEO of Google Eric Schmidt recently recommended AI analytics to America’s largest government agency, the Department of Defense, while criticizing its outdated systems. Schmidt said its abilities as a force multiplier helps it see “patterns that no human can see.”

Contact Herring Technology today about integrating your system with AI analytics.

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