Discovering what happened when a person dies is essential to an efficient justice system. Artificial Intelligence isn’t all about robots anymore.
Forensic imaging, augmented reality headsets and AI could reduce the need for invasive autopsies and assist in better pathological/traumatic processes.
In many cases, "virtual autopsies" can be performed by forensic pathologists to determine a cause of death. The images are generated using CT scans, which can survey a body and collect sensitive, specific and accurate information about it.
The technology means a pathologist wearing the headset could dissect a virtual 3D projection of a body, while simultaneously looking at the physical body in the mortuary along with relevant police or medical reports.
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