This an interesting read on how the world of deep fakes is getting stronger by using the same advanced tools that some organizations and academic institutions are developing for mapping facial expressions.
This is article published recently on a new undertaking by Oxygen Forensics. It’s apparent that more data from drones will be making it’s way into forensic investigations in the coming years. DJI is just one of the predominate vendors in the United States. A website called Droneforensics.com by VTO Labs, based in Colorado, has published a large database of available information to those who might need the data for comparison or authentication.
This article is about new developments in ENF at the A*STAR Institute for Infocomm Research (I2R), in collaboration with the Singapore Police. I find it interesting to see new developments in ENF from other countries while others claim the “Golden Age” has already come and gone. Please find the link below
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