Category: Handwriting Expert

Handwriting from a computer?

I just read on gizmodo.com that researchers at the University College London have developed new software that can “perfectly” replicate anyone’s handwriting. I suppose to a layperson, that sounds “perfectly” feasible. After all, computers can do a lot of things that we never would have dreamed of. But, I question how can a computer algorithm… Read more »

Word of the Month – Biometrics

The National Academy of Science has advised forensic experts to deliver measurable and reproducible results when submit evidence and opinions in court. As a result, I’ve noticed that forensic science has a new FFB (favorite forensic buzzword) – BIOMETRICS.   So, what the heck is biometrics, anyway? In the world of forensics it simply means, measurable characteristics… Read more »