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Forensic examiners pass the face matching test

The first study to test the skills of FBI agents and other law enforcers who have been trained in facial recognition has found they perform better than the average person or even computers on this difficult task. The research suggests trained facial forensic examiners identify faces use analytical methods. CCTV, mobile phone images and automatic face recognition technology has made identification of suspects from facial images an important source of evidence.
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