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November 5, 2013

Video tech will quickly identify people. /  Kuzma/Shutterstock.com
Video tech will quickly identify people. / Kuzma/Shutterstock.com
The FBI is weighing the use of video recognition technology to quickly identify suspects, even if all the camera has captured is a perpetrator’s limp or fraying blue baseball cap.

Think of it as automated police lineups for the YouTube generation.

While investigators manually scoured video to identify the suspected Boston Marathon bombers, smart-video surveillance would scan crime scene footage against tapes of known people, places and objects to derive names and possible whereabouts.

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