Technology and Communication: Most Essential Part of Everyday Life

1350 WordsFeb 28, 20116 Pages
Technology and Communication The most essential part of everyday life is communication, this allows people to express information to each other. Within today’s world, technology has changed the communication techniques with new advances that have evolved. This statement is true within the personal lives of the people and at their workplaces. The new technology within the criminal justice system has modified the communication capabilities with specializes databases. The Automated Fingerprint Identification System, also know has the AFIS will discuss with the Facial Recognition and both databases will be compared. The positive and negative effect of both databases will explored and the use of both databases and…show more content…
8-9). Facial recognition works the best when there is some form distinguishing marks on the face or in the bone structure. Some of the distinguishing marks that would be considered can be the person bone structure, scars, moles or any other markings on the face that cannot be changed. Just like fingerprints, the technician has to compare manually any matches to help ensure that accuracy of the match. Positive Effects Due to New Technology There many positive effects within these technologies. The most positive effect within these databases is that they can save time. The technicians can reduce the time to compare many images because there many images that are stored in one location and all of those images can be search by a computer with specific features. By using the computer to search can reduce human error significantly. Another positive effect of using these databases is the reduction of human error. With the suspect of a crime, the
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