AI Software Helping Clay Center Zoo Track Attendance

By Quinn O’Hara

Grow Clay County and the Clay County Commissioners approved the purchase of an AI software that helps provide attendance data for locations and local businesses. The Director of Grow Clay County, Natalie Murato, says the software, called Placer AI, can provide useful data on how popular certain local attractions are, like the Clay Center Zoo:

Murato says Placer AI can also be useful for local businesses:

Murato says Placer AI does not collect data beyond how many phones were in an area within a given timeframe and the original location of those phones. Grow Clay County will continue to have access to the software until September of this year.

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