Solving Cold Cases: Police Use Facial Recognition Software To ID Suspect In Munster Business Robbery

“It doesn't prove the case, but it gives us a lead to investigate

Ladies and gentlemen - and all other subscribers: we are in a new crime-solving dimension.

The application of FR sure looks to be on the same kind of trajectory that DNA took in the 80's.

I gotta love the unnamed detective from this story who used available evidence to solve this crime.

But I am also kinda scared about how the world will be for my young children when they get older.

Thoughts?

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