AMIT SHUKLA
CS,3rd YEAR
(1209710902)
 Introduction
 History
 Block Diagram
 Merits
 Demerits
 Conclusion
Table of contents
Introduction
 Brain fingerprinting: technique used to
determine scientifically what information is,
or is not stored in a...
History
• Invented By Dr. Lawrence A. Farwell in august
1999.
• It’s a patented technique of proven accuracy in
US governm...
• A sequence of words, phrases, or pictures
is presented on a video monitor to the
subject, wearing a special headband
des...
• Target : The target stimuli are made
relevant and noteworthy to all subjects.
• Irrelevant : These have no relation to t...
Information is absent Information is present
• personal computer
• a data acquisition board
• a graphics card for driving two monitors from
one PC
• a four-channel EEG...
 Advertising
 National security
 Medical diagnosis
 Alzheimer’s Disease
 Criminal justice system
 Security Testing ,...
• Fingerprints and DNA are available in only 1%
of crimes. The brain and the evidence recorded
in it are always there.
• N...
 Identify criminals quickly and scientifically
 Record of 100% accuracy
 Identify terrorists and members of gangs,
crim...
National security Medical diagnosis Advertising Criminal justice
Pros •Safer US
•Stop terrorists
before they attack
•Can s...
 http://www.larryfarwell.com/brain-fingerprinting-
overview-dr-larry-farwell-dr-lawrence-
farwell.html
 http://brainwave...
Brain Fingerprinting Technology
Brain Fingerprinting Technology
Brain Fingerprinting Technology
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Brain Fingerprinting Technology

  1. 1. AMIT SHUKLA CS,3rd YEAR (1209710902)
  2. 2.  Introduction  History  Block Diagram  Merits  Demerits  Conclusion Table of contents
  3. 3. Introduction  Brain fingerprinting: technique used to determine scientifically what information is, or is not stored in a particular brain  Not a measure of guilt or innocence  Measures the response to visual or audio stimulus  It uses p300 mermer.
  4. 4. History • Invented By Dr. Lawrence A. Farwell in august 1999. • It’s a patented technique of proven accuracy in US government tests. • It has a record of 100% Accuracy.
  5. 5. • A sequence of words, phrases, or pictures is presented on a video monitor to the subject, wearing a special headband designed for detecting the brain wave responses.
  6. 6. • Target : The target stimuli are made relevant and noteworthy to all subjects. • Irrelevant : These have no relation to the situation under investigation. • Probes : Probes are the stimuli that are relevant to the situation under investigation.
  7. 7. Information is absent Information is present
  8. 8. • personal computer • a data acquisition board • a graphics card for driving two monitors from one PC • a four-channel EEG amplifier system • software developed by the Brain Fingerprinting Laboratories for data acquisition and analysis.
  9. 9.  Advertising  National security  Medical diagnosis  Alzheimer’s Disease  Criminal justice system  Security Testing ,etc.
  10. 10. • Fingerprints and DNA are available in only 1% of crimes. The brain and the evidence recorded in it are always there. • No questions are asked and no answers are given during Farwell Brain Fingerprinting. • Brain Fingerprinting technology depends only on brain information processing, it does not depend on the emotional response of the subject.
  11. 11.  Identify criminals quickly and scientifically  Record of 100% accuracy  Identify terrorists and members of gangs, criminal and intelligence organizations  Reduce expenditure of money and other resources in law enforcement
  12. 12. National security Medical diagnosis Advertising Criminal justice Pros •Safer US •Stop terrorists before they attack •Can save thousands of lives by early detection •Focus ad campaigns specifically on what works •Puts criminals in jail •Reduces number of false accusations Cons •Infringement of privacy for citizens •Can rely on racial profiling •Time consuming for patients who need constant monitoring •Constant testing for new products can become time consuming and expensive •Must find random people to use as test subjects •Possibility of inaccuracy •Can be relied on too heavily
  13. 13.  http://www.larryfarwell.com/brain-fingerprinting- overview-dr-larry-farwell-dr-lawrence- farwell.html  http://brainwavescience.com  http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2001/0 7/0705_wirelies.html
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