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Forensic Face Portrait Fabrication and Identification

Akshay Arebail, Prasad Jadhav, Omkar Wadkar, Abhijeet More

Abstract


In today's world, the general crime rate is increasing by the day, and law enforcement agencies must discover ways to speed up the overall process and assist them in bringing criminals to justice. Face recognition technology, for example, might be used to identify and authenticate the perpetrator. The traditional strategy is to employ forensic sketch artists' hand-drawn face sketches to identify the offender; updating this would necessitate identifying the culprit by comparing the hand-drawn sketch to the law enforcement department's database. The traditional strategy is to employ forensic sketch artists' hand-drawn face sketches to identify the criminal; updating this would mean using computergenerated face sketches. The sketch is compared to the law enforcement department's database in order to identify the culprit. This approach would have numerous limitations with current technologies and would be time consuming due to a scarcity of forensic sketch artists in comparison to the rising crime rate.


Keywords


Forensic face sketch, face sketch construction, face recognition, criminal identification, deep learning, machine locking, two step verification

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.37591/joces.v12i1.902

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