On March 7, a New Mexico startup that provides artificial intelligence (AI)-driven analysis of satellite images to governments, academics, and industry released a public demo of its GeoVisual Search, a new type of search engine that combines satellite images of Earth with machine learning on a massive scale.  Users can pick an object anywhere on Earth that can be seen from space, and the system returns a list of similar-looking objects and their locations on the planet.  GeoVisual Search operates on top of an intelligent machine-learning platform that can be trained and will improve over time.  This technology could potentially be used in various way by law enforcement, such as helping identify critical infrastructure and assets in an area.