Fingerprinting digital media works very much like fingerprinting people, relying on innate characteristics of the subject. Human fingerprints are characterized by patterns of loops or whorls; digital media fingerprints are comprised of unique visual clues in the image.
Decipher fingerprints every document image:
Teeth don't lie.
They can reveal gender, age, race, pathology, dental materials and developmental abnormalities.
Because teeth are unique to every individual, forensic dentistry is used to identify unknown remains from crimes, accidents and natural disasters. It can also help uncover claim anomalies that may signal dental fraud.
Decipher: Similarity Engine
Decipher rapidly matches fingerprint “evidence” to fingerprints on file in the system. It doesn't matter if radiograph views have been modified or placed in different sets, Decipher's similarity engine automatically uncovers similar images in multiple claims, employing machine learning to continuously improve accuracy, even after deployment. Decipher flags and annotates anomalous claims, and prioritize them in a queue for urgent analyst review.
Are the fingerprints similar?