New Zealand police use face-matching software
By Tom Puller-Strecker
The Dominion Post
L.E. agencies fine-tune face ID
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WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND — The police have bought software that will let them automatically match faces caught on CCTV cameras against photographs of convicted criminals.
The face-matching software will only work if cameras capture images that are of sufficient quality and from the right angle to match against photographs in its database, he says.
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