Challenges of the forensic science facing new technologies

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.12795/IETSCIENTIA.2021.i01.05

Palabras clave:

Ciencia forense, Inteligencia Artificia, Procedimiento de investigación, Recopilación de pruebas, Evidencia científica, Procedimiento Penal

Resumen

En la era de las nuevas tecnologías, utilizadas en el ámbito de la justicia penal, la ciencia forense ha superado retos reales a los que se enfrentan esos medios de recopilación y administración de pruebas científicas en los procesos penales. La inteligencia artificial y cómo se enfrenta al poder judicial es una pregunta bien conocida para la alta tecnología en el campo. El presente trabajo tiene como objetivo analizar y discutir los rasgos que

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Delia Magherescu, Colegio de Abogados de Gorj, Rumania

Departamento de Derecho, Abogada

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2021-06-29

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Magherescu, D. (2021). Challenges of the forensic science facing new technologies. IUS ET SCIENTIA, 7(1), 48–61. https://doi.org/10.12795/IETSCIENTIA.2021.i01.05
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