How I replicated an $86 million project in 57 lines of code
Tait Brown

I’m actually more concerned about the privacy implications.

I don’t mind LPR if they check the images on the spot but I’m against a database of all sightings of all LPs, which is what your solution generates as a result of continuously querying the database.

I would opt for a periodic download of a stolen car database and local matching, sending only positive results upstream.

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