After a murder in US, the Police found a way to print a deceased victim in order to find evidence.
Biometrics expert Anil Jain from Michigan State University made up a way to print 3D fingerprints after a set of copies of the deceased’s fingerprints taken before the murder.
Jain’s research focuses on making biometric identifiers, such as fingerprint scanners and facial recognition software, secure and difficult to trick. Helping law enforcement with their investigation is therefore doing the exact opposite.
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Biometrics expert Anil Jain from Michigan State University made up a way to print 3D fingerprints after a set of copies of the deceased's fingerprints taken before the murder.
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