The Future Of Authenticating Audio And Video Evidence
By Jonathan Mraunac (July 26, 2018, 12:57 PM EDT) -- "Seeing is believing." "A picture is worth a thousand words." "Video doesn't lie." "I have the negatives." Technology now has the power to completely obliterate all of these old sayings.
Audio and, to a much greater extent, video are the preeminent forms of probative evidence (both inside and outside the courtroom). Attorneys must at least begin to think about a hypothetical future in which audio or video recordings cannot be taken for granted. The recent emergence of artificial intelligence-based technology has prompted serious concerns about the future integrity of audio and video recordings. Specifically, attorneys must think critically about the standards...
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