The City of Orlando will continue testing using Amazon's facial recognition software to assist law enforcement officers.
City leaders announced the deal Thursday. According to WKMG-TV in Orlando, the same seven Orlando police officers involved in the software's first test phase will be part of the second test phase.
A total of eight cameras will be used in the second test phase. Four will be at police headquarters and one at a city facility.
There will be three IRIS cameras in other spots throughout the city.
The cameras send video to Amazon, whose software tries to match the images with pre-set images or photographs loaded into its system.