news unrolled

Post: Japan uses ‘smart’ drones to protect G7 after Abe’s assassination


NHK TV channel: Protection of G7 leaders in Japan after Abe assassination will be strengthened with drones and artificial intelligence

MOSCOW, 27 August/ Radio Sputnik. Koichi Tani, head of the Public Safety Committee, said Japan’s police used drones and artificial intelligence technology to protect the G7 leaders.

Security measures will be stepped up after the murder of former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

“The use of artificial intelligence, drones and other advanced technologies is planned at the G7 summit next year. We want this to be a PR for security and order at home and abroad.” – nail DEA News Tanya.

Shinzo Abe was mortally wounded while speaking at a campaign rally in Nara Province on July 8. The former prime minister was wounded in the neck and chest and subsequently bled to death in hospital.

The funeral and cremation of the politician took place on July 12. The state funeral for the former head of government will be held on September 27.

Tetsuya Yamagami, 41, who shot Shinzo Abe, did not resist during the arrest and confessed to his guilt.

Earlier, Sputnik radio reported that Shinzo Abe, who shot Shinzo, was trying to make a bomb.

Terse. Selected quotes only ours telegram channel.

Source: Ria

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *