DHS will use the Griffeye Analyze platform to evaluate cutting-edge technologies
The Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Non-Cooperative Biometrics Program will use the Griffeye Analyze platform to evaluate cutting-edge technologies, such as facial recognition, to combat some of the most technologically challenging cases – child exploitation. In an article in SIGNAL, George Seffers speaks with Jim Cole, national program manager–victim identification for Homeland Security Investigations, and the Head of Griffeye Johann Hofmann, about how technologies will be evaluated and how the program has implementations for a range of other missions.
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.