‘A target for hackers’ Utah CEO says he welcomes audit after concerns over public privacy

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A Utah company is facing national scrutiny over its artificial intelligence that monitors live traffic cameras, dispatch logs and social media to help first responders.

Banjo, under contract for $20.7 million with the state of Utah , is currently partnering with about 20 cities and counties in the state and is working to expand its reach.

The concern, in a handful of recent national articles, stems from the company’s access to a large amount of data that makes its product work.

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