Missing persons helped by artificial intelligence
Indiana has been grappling with an unsolved murder and missing person case for years. With the help of revolutionary augmented reality (AR) and artificial intelligence (AI) crime-solving tools, attention is being brought to these cases like never before.
CrimeDoor, the true crime news, and content platform co-founded by Neil Mandt, is using AR pop-ups as a reinvention of the Amber Alert system to provide updates on unsolved cases in the area.
The technology allows users to see virtual pop-ups of information related to each case, making it easier for them to stay informed and potentially provide tips to law enforcement.
As May is known as Missing and Unidentified Persons Month, this technology comes at a crucial time.
According to the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System, over 600,000 people go missing in the United States every year.
This technology has the potential to help solve some of these cases and bring closure to families who have been waiting for answers for years.
Neil Mandt joined us to provide updates on several Indiana cases, including Lauren Spierer, Nakyla Williams, Tatyana Sims, and Marilyn ‘Niqui’ McCown. These cases have remained unsolved for years, but with the help of AR and AI technology, new leads may be discovered. Watch the full interview above to learn more!