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Probabalistic genotyping: Controversial new frontier in DNA crime investigations

ProPublica | 
Cybergenetics [is] a private company that makes TrueAllele, a “probabilistic genotyping” software program[, which developers say can] remove human bias from ...

The flaws of familial DNA matching

Pacific Standard | 
It’s always been true that a family member’s guilty conscience could be a criminal’s ultimate downfall. Now, thanks to familial ...
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