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Face recognition tool trace lost MP teen in B'luru

BENGALURU: A 14-year-old specifically abled boy, who went missing from his space in Madhya Pradesh (MP) 8 months ago, has been traced to a children’s home on Hosur Road right here, because of a face popularity tool advanced via Telangana police and hosted on a Union executive portal.
According to Karnataka police resources, Salman Shaik, a resident of Chimanganj Mandi in Ujjain of MP, left his space in June closing yr, following which a missing complaint was filed in jurisdictional Chimanganj Mandi police station.

MP police collected images of the boy and shared them at the Union executive’s dashboard for Analytical Review of Projects Across Nation (Darpan) portal, the place information from more than a few departments from across the country are consolidated and made available on one centralised, easy-to-access platform.

Telangana police who've advanced a facial popularity tool at the portal ran a seek for images matching those of Salman and found that a boy with equivalent details was housed in the Bengaluru home.

Telangana police contacted Lalitha, who's accountable for Government Children’s Home located on Hosur Road. She showed Salman’s presence at the facility.

Telangana police knowledgeable MP police about Salman’s presence in Bengaluru. On Saturday, police from the central Indian state and Salman’s members of the family arrived in Bengaluru to take the boy again home.

Swati Lakra, IG (legislation and order) and accountable for women’s safety, Hyderabad, told NewsTread that Salman’s is the 17th case the place their face popularity tool and Darpan have united a missing person together with his/her circle of relatives through processing photographs available in public domain. “It is every other example on how synthetic intelligence can assist trace missing other folks,” she added.

According to police officials, knowledge of all missing persons and those lodged at more than a few child and rescue houses across the country are saved in Darpan database.

Swati stated they have uploaded as many as 85,000 missing persons’ images from across the country and a few 25,000 photos and knowledge collected from children houses and other institutions across the country. The face popularity tool is provided with synthetic intelligence and matches a missing person’s photograph with those from refuge houses to trace the previous.

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