Facing off wrong-doers with more accuracy


Valuable evidence: A facial recognition analysis can be used in court to establish or challenge an identity of a person in a video recording.

IT’S a facial recognition system that helps in nabbing criminals and getting evidence against those who break the law.

But soon, the CamMuka service, developed by our own CyberSecurity Malaysia, will be available for use in civil cases too.

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