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AI Cameras Caught Cheating in Matric Exam

The second day of the annual matriculation examination conducted by the Board of Secondary Education (BSE) witnessed instances of cheating and malpractice. AI-powered CCTV cameras, installed to prevent the leakage of question papers, identified numerous irregularities across approximately 600 sensitive and highly sensitive examination and nodal centers in the state.

Taking this incident seriously, the BSE has called upon the Director of Secondary Education and the Superintendent of Police, Cuttack, to take immediate action against the responsible officials and staff. The board issued an aggressive warning, stating that strict measures would be taken against any attempts to disrupt the examination, which is scheduled to run from February 20 to March 2.

In response to the cheating disclosures, a command control room has been established at the Cuttack head office to monitor the movement of examinees, invigilators, and examination staff using CCTV cameras. These cameras use AI technology that detects irregularities or violations in real time and instantly alerts authorities. The board is certain that this modern camera system will help in the smooth conduct of the examination.

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