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Forensics: Evidence, Ethics & Evaluationep3
Is it ethical to use biometrics to catch criminals?
Dr. Richard GuestDr. Richard GuestHD, subtitles, Q&ATranscript46m
Fingerprints are getting rarer - everyone's seen the TV shows. What new tools can we bring in to confirm a criminal's identity, and is it ethical to use them?

TV shows have taught us that fingerprints are the first thing to look for in a crime scene. But as criminals keep getting smarter, we need to develop and use new technologies that can confirm the identity of individuals involved in a crime. And they come at a cost - challenging the privacy not just of the criminals they're used to identify, but the general public too. In this fascinating behind-the-scenes look at the realities of biometric forensics, Dr. Richard Guest delves into the exciting trends in this emerging field and how its technologies are used today in forensic science, as well as the security, privacy and ethical considerations that come alongside them.

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Forensics: Evidence, Ethics & Evaluation

This collection looks at crime, from how to solve a criminal investigation with evidence to how we treat offenders with mental health problems, and gives us intriguing insights into the myths and reality of forensic science.

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How far are we from using voice recognition as a biometric technology?
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Intriguing concepts explored in this talk, a great intro to the conversationBen

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