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Webinar: Using AI to detect CSA content in images and videos
June 5, 2020 Sara Ekberg

Analyze DI Explained: Griffeye Brain

Using Artificial Intelligence to detect CSA content in images and videos

 

Date: June 17, 2019
Watch replay: Available on the Griffeye portal

In this sixth session of our “Analyze DI Explained” webinar series, you will learn how to utilize Griffeye Brain (AI) in your investigations to speed up investigations and free up time to prioritize investigative work such as victim identification.

Using Griffeye Brain, you can automatically detect and classify various objects in large image sets as well as identify and flag images and videos that depict child sexual abuse content to tell whether a file is pertinent to your investigation or not.

What you will learn in this webinar

  • An overview of the AI and how it works
  • How to apply the two Griffeye Brain core solutions: The CSA classifier and the Object classifier
  • A demo of the CSA classifier for video (NEW!)
  • How to leverage the Brain’s results in your investigation to maximize your workflow efficiency

Presented by Tristan Oliver

Tristan Oliver is one of Griffeye’s trainers in the UK and well-known for his skills and expertise in computer forensics. He recently retired after 30 years as a police officer, 16 years of that working as a computer forensics expert and the last six years focusing on high-risk child abuse and exploitation cases.

Find out more about Tristan

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