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When No Conclusion Can Be A Conclusion

by James Zjalic Before CCTV systems were conceived, eye-witness accounts were the only method of identifying a suspect based on their facial features. The pitfalls of this type of identification have been well documented numerous times with regard to the brain’s ability to both forget and modify what a person thinks they witnessed, due to … Continue reading

Unscrambling Pixels: Forensic Science Is Not Forensic Fiction

by Martino Jerian, CEO and Founder, Amped Software  In every branch of forensic science, we have to fight with the falsehoods introduced by the popular series à la CSI (hence the properly called CSI effect), but probably this belief is the strongest in the field of forensic image and video analysis. From endless zooming from satellite … Continue reading

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