Brain Fingerprinting


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A technique that measures P300, a distinctive electrical brain response to personal information, which may be more accurate than polygraphs—lie detectors—in assessing guilty knowledge
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Moreover, "laboratory research on brain fingerprinting published in peer-reviewed journals amounts to a single study containing 20 participants.
Setting aside the scientific shortcomings, and thus its admissibility on the merits, two features of the brain fingerprinting approach are particularly relevant to subsequent legal analysis discussed in the next Part.
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newly emerging brain imaging and brain fingerprinting technology into
Brain fingerprinting was developed by American scientist Dr Larry Farwell three years ago and uses a highly-sensitive scanner to look directly into the brain.
As it develops further, brain fingerprinting could be very useful,' said Glyn Humphreys, an expert in brain waves at the University of Birmingham.
In proposing the use of brain fingerprinting as a screening tool at airports, one commentator wrote, "Although people lie .
Brain fingerprinting determines scientifically whether a suspect has the details of a crime stored in his brain.
The technology is ready for implementation by government, military and industrial organizations, in the areas of counter terrorism, counter intelligence, counter espionage, counter-industrial espionage and other crimes, said Nash Thompson, of Brain Fingerprinting Laboratories' international operations department.
So far, brain fingerprinting has proved 100 percent reliable in 120 tests.
Today, the Iowa Supreme Court reversed the District Court's decision on constitutional grounds and left undisturbed the law of the case establishing the admissibility of the Brain Fingerprinting evidence.
brain fingerprinting sees your thoughts in pictures.