For Child Sex Crimes, Algorithms and Data Analysis Bolster Investigative Collaborations
“This has been the most significant change in forensics and dealing with these cases that our folks have seen ever,” Jim Cole, a special agent with Homeland Security Investigations, says.
When five people drew up Project VIC in April 2012 on notebook paper at a bar, they didn’t realize how much video evidence the law enforcement collaboration would seize in child exploitation cases.Read the whole story
In this article, published in Police Professional, Griffeye’s CEO, Johann Hofmann, explains how tech is evolving to fight the growing…
The 20.2 release is mostly about quality improvements, but we also added a new function that we hope will have…
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Law enforcement agencies worldwide will benefit from cutting-edge artificial intelligence that detects child sexual abuse in video material.
Today, we are thrilled to announce the release of Analyze 20.1, including Griffeye Brain for video.