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Release of Analyze 18.0
– A No-Brainer
May 24, 2018 Sara Ekberg

Release of Analyze 18.0 – A No-Brainer

Today, we announce the release of Analyze 18.0, with two exciting new features. 

The first major news is that Face Recognition is now available in Analyze DI Pro. It allows users to find clues even faster than before. And the Face Detection App, simply called Face, is now 3x faster and more accurate than ever.

The second is the implementation of a new AI technology, trained at Taskforce Argos, Queensland Police in Australia. It will help investigators filter out relevant information, speed up investigations and free up time to prioritize investigative work such as victim identification.

READ MORE: New AI Technology trained to aid child abuse investigations

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