The Government of Ecuador has installed a new security system in the country's 36 prisons, valued at just over US$1.14 million, equipped with artificial intelligence and facial recognition.
"Ecuador has a new control and monitoring system for the 36 penitentiary centers," reported the president of Ecuador, Guillermo Lasso, in a brief publication on his official profile on the social network Twitter.
In said message, the president has confirmed that this Tuesday he has been verifying the operation of said system which, he has influenced, will enable the authorities to act "immediately in the face of any disturbance . . .