Amazon’s plans to install AI-powered cameras in its delivery vans have been slammed by privacy advocates as “the largest expansion of corporate surveillance in human history.”

The e-commerce giant has been testing a system that provides real-time monitoring of the roads and drivers.

In an instructional video first reported by The Information, Amazon said the cameras record drivers on their route “100% of the time.”

The company told Reuters that it recently started rolling out the tech across its delivery fleet:

This technology will provide drivers real-time alerts to help them stay safe when they are on the road.

The system, called Driveri, was developed by transport tech startup Netradyne. It’s comprised of four separate HD cameras: a road-facing view, a driver-facing view, and two side views.

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The system uploads recorded footage when one of 16 safety signals are triggered, such as driver drowsiness and speeding.

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