Session Details

Human Super Recognisers & Airport Security

Date: 26 September 2019
Time: 14:15

Human Super Recognisers have an advanced and innate ability to remember and recall faces and names.  They were first successfully used by the Metropolitan Police to solve all manner of crimes, including the Salisbury Novichok case.  They are now used in Germany and Australia.   Super Recognisers could enhance airport security, whether spotting terrorists or other persons of interest, or enhancing automated facial recognition.


Mike Neville

CEO, Super Recognisers International and Detective Chief Inspector New Scotland Yard

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