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The digital evidence dilemma (eBook)

How law enforcement can use AI to manage the surge in multimedia evidence, gain actionable insights and speed investigations

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Download this eBook for tips on using AI to accelerate case investigations and streamline the end-to-end evidence management process.

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Within the last decade, there has been a surge in the volume of digital evidence available to law enforcement. This flood of evidence is giving law enforcement new tools to prevent crime and undertake investigations, but it also has a few downsides.

Data storage can be a challenge, as can the variety of file formats and devices to ingest, copy, redact and share it. Another challenge is to find clues in a sea of unstructured data, especially when most law enforcement agencies can’t spare countless hours to manually scroll through evidence to locate actionable information.

An intelligent digital management system (iDEMS) that uses artificial intelligence to parse through data can aggregate evidence files into one central hub, analyze it to extract insights – in minutes, not days – and streamline the entire workflow to get to case resolution more quickly.

This eBook explores how an iDEMS can accelerate case investigations and streamline the end-to-end evidence management process by automating processes that give law enforcement officers more time to focus on human-centered mission-critical tasks.

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  • Why too much information can be a problem and how to tackle it.
  • How Veritone iDEMS leverages expertise in sports media and entertainment to help law enforcement agencies.
  • How the “intelligence” in Veritone iDEMS helps agencies solve cases and fight crime

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