Published on Nov 15, Abstract Brain fingerprinting is based on finding that the brain generates a unique brain wave pattern when a person encounters a familiar stimulus Use of functional magnetic resonance imaging in lie detection derives from studies suggesting that persons asked to lie show different patterns of brain activity than they do when being truthful. Issues related to the use of such evidence in courts are discussed. The author concludes that neither approach is currently supported by enough data regarding its accuracy in detecting deception to warrant use in court. In the field of criminology, a new lie detector has been developed in the United States of America.
Brain fingerprint takes cops inside suspect's mind Brain fingerprint takes cops inside suspect's mind It may have been impossible for the special crime unit Mumbai of the CBI to charge a rape suspect, Amar, without a brain fingerprinting test, technology available at Raksha Shakti University RSU in Ahmedabad.
Jun 21, Criminal psychologist Bibin Zachariah at RSU said Amar, was denied having ever met the victim, a Mumbai teacher, who was allegedly raped in the toilet of a moving local train at night. After his consent, a brain fingerprinting test was conducted on him.
The victim had said that the suspect had once met her in school. However, Amar repeatedly denied it. We put case details on the screen. Though he kept denying knowledge, the electrode put on the back of his head sent affirmation that he recognized the details," said Zachariah.
This is not the only case where brain fingerprinting at RSU has been used. Zachariah said a headset with two electrodes is put on the head of the suspect.
Zachariah said the headset connects to a laptop with brain fingerprinting software via Bluetooth. Details and photographs of the crime scene, which are not in public domain, are put on the screen in front of the suspect.
A blue graph on the computer screen starts reacting differently. Sahay said they then make a report and give it to the investigating agency.BRAIN FINGERPRINTING TECHNOLOGY CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION Brain fingerprinting" is a computer-based test that is designed to discover, document, and provide evidence.
Brain fingerprinting has proven % accurate in over tests, including tests on FBI agents, tests for a US intelligence agency and for the US navy, and tests on real-life situations including felony crimes.
Brain fingerprinting was developed and patented by Dr. Lawrence Farewell in Brain wave technology being tested in New Zealand is promising one of the biggest breakthroughs in forensic evidence since the use of DNA.
But some experts fear the technique hasn’t been tested properly, and are sceptical of claims of percent accuracy.
History. Brain fingerprinting was invented by Dr. B. S. Farwell, The chief scientist and president of Human Brain Research Laboratory, USA.
He had tested Brain Fingerprinting technology in over cases. More than 80 of these were in real-life situations, and the rest were laboratory studies. CONCLUSIONS Brain Fingerprinting is a revolutionary new scientific technology for solving crimes, identifying perpetrators, and exonerating innocent suspects, with a record of % accuracy in research with US government agencies, actual criminal cases, and other applications.
Feb 02, · "A revolutionary scientific technology to detect whether specific information is in a person's brain or not." Grinder's case was the first time Farwell's technique was used in an investigation, but it wasn't the last.