By Tom Knighton
Many of us are less than thrilled with the idea of smart guns. There are myriad reasons why, but that doesn’t stop it from being pushed by those who don’t understand guns in the first place.
An example of that surfaced recently. It seems a group of engineering students has decided to take on smart gun technology to curb mass shootings. In addition to the previous problems, they’ve managed to add yet another.
It seems no one involved understands the first thing about personal defense.
After the Las Vegas concert massacre, the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, and numerous guns brought on local campuses, the group of students said enough’s enough and developed what they hope will be a solution.
“It’s fear stimulating and in my group we were like, we can’t deal with this, we have to do something about it,” said Salwa Shahid, a junior at Plano West High School.
A camera on the front uses artificial intelligence to detect if a gun is pointed at a person, crowd, animal or target.
If aimed at a person or crowd, the gun limits the amount of times you can pull the trigger.
“You still are allowed to do one bullet …Read the Rest
Source:: Bearing Arms