New South Wales (a state here in Australia) is the first to roll out high definition cameras that use artificial intelligence to catch people using phones while driving. They're installing 45 of them across the state at a cost of $88 million and will not be indicating their positions so drivers will never know they've been through one. Phone use while driving is a modern day scourge and Australia is leading the way in dealing with it. The culture has definitely changed here. You see people pulled off the road all over the place making calls now.