A new artificial intelligence security training program has been launched by USPA Nationwide Security. Over 5,000 security contractors perform services for the international security conglomerate under this program. The CEO of USPA, Dan Manning, believes artificial intelligence will save the firm millions over the next decade after nearly 11 months of research and development. As a result of artificial intelligence, no carbon footprint will be left behind. Security contractors are able to learn at their own pace and at their convenience anywhere in the world by utilizing our cutting-edge technology.
USPA has developed a Fire Watch In-Service Level 1 Series containing two hours of lessons taught by fully responsive artificial intelligence instructors. By activating the camera and microphone on the student’s device, an artificial intelligence system can detect movement, sound, and even read lips.
With artificial intelligence, thousands of security officers can be trained simultaneously; a task which traditionally required human cognition, flights, hotels, and a great deal of time. AIs are capable of learning, teaching, and responding in a similar manner to humans. A combination of computer science, cognitive science, linguistics, psychology, neuroscience, and mathematics is used to accomplish this goal.
A new autonomous security technology division has been established by USPA’s research and development department in conjunction with security consultant and former CEO, Michael Evans. “USPA Nationwide Security Targets Net Zero Carbon Emissions by 2023,” a MarketWatch article in the Wall Street Journal, claims the company’s updated AI training will lead to net zero emissions by 2023.
The following services are offered by USPA Nationwide Security:
USPA provides close protection officers, fire watch guards, secure transport, and maritime security throughout the country. Since 2005, USPA has operated franchise offices throughout the United States and has contracted with security contractors throughout the world. As a result, it has become one of the leading companies in terms of technology, green initiatives, and customer service. A significant portion of USPA’s profits are donated to the Rescue of Women and Children from Human Trafficking through Kingsman Philanthropic Corp.