The camera sends alerts when it sees someone it doesn’t recognize.
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That skill comes from facial-recognition technology made by Nest's sibling company, Google. The Nest Cam IQ camera is so slick that it carries a premium price – $300 – plus a $10 monthly subscription to run the facial recognition program and other features, such as 10-day video storage. That compares with Nest's $200 standard camera.Google's facial recognition technology also is being added to a camera-equipped doorbell from Nest; a price hasn't been disclosed yet.The Nest Cam IQ offers a glimpse at how deeply intelligent computers will be able to peer into our lives, especially as more home appliances become connected to the internet.We set a camera in the Associated Press' San Francisco bureau and identified everyone who regularly works in the office.
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