Oviedo High School to test new weapon detection system

Zeroeyes uses artificial intelligence to spot guns, officials say

Seminole County unveils new weapon detection system for Oviedo High School.

OVIEDO, Fla. – Leaders in Seminole County on Wednesday are expected to unveil a new safety tool aimed at keeping students safe.

The school district will take part in a pilot program called Zeroeyes.

The weapon detection system uses artificial intelligence to detect guns quickly by using security cameras.

District leaders say the pilot program will be conducted at Oviedo High School.

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