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- #online elections
- #voice recognition
To train a viable AI model, you need data. Lots of it. But what do you do if there just isn't enough? Simple: you make some up. Or, to put it in fancier terms, you “generate synthetic data”.
“Proving guilt requires more than a fingerprint match,” says the director of the Institute of Forensic Science
Biometric fingerprint identification has helped forensic experts in thousands of investigations. Yet, the fingerprint itself is just one piece of evidence evaluated by the court.
Inside the Innovatrics forensic lab, you will find a mix of high-tech fingerprint gadgets and traditional brushes and powders for lifting fingerprints.
Contributor Imagine being in charge of building a list of all eligible voters in your home country from scratch – a task crucial for preserving democracy. Yet there is almost no starting point of reference because the citizen registry is incomplete and riddled with duplicates, minors or deceased people. You and your team opt for […]
Albania revolutionised the way people vote in the country. The new system sped up the elections – reducing them from two days to just one. So how has the voting process changed?
The digital age has opened up new, easily accessible avenues for ID fraud.