The breakthrough could one day let police date crime scene prints from years ago.
In a yearlong trial in London, 500 cameras will routinely collect evidence about public order and domestic abuse incidents.
The FBI aims to collect up to 52 million facial images of both criminals and ordinary citizens by 2015.
War is dark and awful. Sometimes, though, it helps to sit back and laugh at some of the dumb weapons that were actually invented and used in warfare. Trace and Anthony break down a few of the weirdest.
The Chaotic Unmanned Personal Intercept Drone (CUPID) is designed to track and immobilize criminals. Continue reading →
A US surveillance drone was used for two weeks as were cellphone intercepts.
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By zooming in on a subject’s eyes in high-resolution, researchers were able to pick out the reflections of faces and accurately identify them.
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