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iwt
post Mon, 2 Dec 2019 - 01:48
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https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/dec/...ut-in-australia
Seems NSW, Australia is rolling out mobile-phone-while-driving cameras.
Apparently, they take 2 photos of every vehicle, use AI to look for a mobile phone either being held to the head or used in a lap. If human review concurs, cue points and a ~£180 fine.
Or take it to court and prove on the balance of probability that the object in question was not a mobile telephone.
None of this trying to detect phone use by radiowave emissions.
I suppose it should bolster the trade in skin-tone phone cases.
And I'm sure they've already thought of the LHD vehicle and passenger using a phone.
I just wonder how quickly it'll catch on elsewhere.
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post Mon, 2 Dec 2019 - 13:30
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If we do bring in new cameras, can I suggest "foglights on when it hasn't been foggy for 3 days" cameras and "only got 1 headlight working so I'll put my front fogs on instead" cameras too?
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post Mon, 2 Dec 2019 - 13:59
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And "My lights blind everyone else" cameras please.

If those trials in Oz work out, expect similar here.
And a proliferation in Phone Awareness Courses.
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post Mon, 2 Dec 2019 - 21:18
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AIUI the Australian legal system is based on the fundamental principles of our legal system (before they were eroded) - in which case the prosecution would need to prove their case beyond any reasonable doubt.


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