For a long time the process of identifying suspects in criminal cases was a rather frighteningly imprecise one of line ups relying on human’s often variable ability to remember specific facial features. Now, using evolutionary and anthropometric sciences, this article shows how new software can allow identification using a gradual process of increased recognition more akin to the way we actually recognize people.
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