AI/ML for Computer Forensics

Child trafficking is an important and devastating issue in several countries around the world, especially in the United Kingdom. Child predators often take pictures of their abuse victims, and many of these victims are groomed and abused while in their school uniforms. The Global Emancipation Network, also known as GEN, has taken the initiative to fight this issue by developing software that can identify school uniforms in images, classify the UK schools to which the uniforms belong to, and aid forensic examiners in investigations.

Our Team

Mansi Achuthan

Student Researcher

Mansi Achuthan is currently a second-year Computer Science major at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. Her interests lie in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning and she is looking into a minor in Data Science. For this project, Mansi focused on synthetic dataset augmentation and performance analysis for classification. 

Professor John Oliver


Professor John Oliver is currently works in the Computer Engineering Department at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. His interests lie in Computer Forensics. 

Yogi Sunkara

Student Researcher

Yogitha Sunkara is currently a third-year Computer Science major at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. For this project, Yogitha focused on front-end development and performance analysis for classification. 


                                                    We would like to thank Sprague for sponsoring our project. 

             We would also like to thank Sherrie Caltagirone, Joe Percivall, and Manmeet Kaur from the Global                                    Emancipation Network, as well as Sumit Mukherjee from Microsoft’s AI for Good team. 

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