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Identifying Terrorists Before They Strike
- Paper by Steve Kirsch proposing the compilation of a "brain fingerprinting" database to identify terrorists before they strike.
- System using the VATS dial tone system for "brain fingerprinting" to set "illusory conditional reflexes".
Brain Fingerprints Under Scrutiny
- "A controversial technique for identifying a criminal mind is about to take centre stage in a last-chance court appeal." [BBC] (February 17, 2004)
Register: Brain-scans Can Defeat Terrorism, InfoSeek Founder Claims
- Steve Kirsch... reckons that the relevant technology companies could deliver a working system of brain fingerprinting databases and a companion retina scanning system for (supposedly anonymous) identification reference in something like ninety days' time. (October 03, 2001)
National Geographic: "Brain Fingerprints" May Offer Better Way to Detect Lying
- As polygraphs become increasingly controversial, sparking a cottage industry on how to "beat" the test, scientists are hunting for new high-tech ways of solving the most ancient of human dilemmas: How do you tell if someone is lying? (July 05, 2001)
Center for an Informed America: Would You Mind If We Fingerprint Your Brain?
- Editorial suggesting that "brain fingerprinting" technology would be used to the detriment of the people by Dave McGowan. (February 24, 2001)
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