Zero Hedge: In the early days of the virus pandemic, we covered multiple stories involving drones equipped with thermal optic sensors and artificial intelligence to detect if a person was feverish. More than a year later, this dystopic technology has been deployed over Italian beaches.
“Can the prey be taken from the mighty, or the captives of a tyrant be rescued? Isaiah 49:24 ESV
According to RT News, citing local Italian media, so-called “medical drones” will hover over the beaches of Ostia, a neighborhood of Rome, on Saturday and Sunday, using thermal optic sensors to measure beachgoers’ temperatures to identify those who may be infected with COVID-19.
Ostia health officials said the drone utilizes artificial intelligence to “automatically” measures temperatures of beachgoers while hovering at an altitude of 75-90 feet. The officials said the initial flight is part of a pilot program and will begin this weekend between 11 am and 4 pm local time.
“When the drone detects a person with a fever, it identifies them and alerts the medical surveillance team,” the officials said. “Doctors then arrive at the site for investigation, which can lead to a Covid-19 test.”