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Brain Fingerprinting is a controversial forensic science technique that uses electroencephalography (EEG) to determine whether specific information is stored in a subject's brain. It does this by ...

Brain Fingerprinting is a controversial forensic science technique that uses electroencephalography (EEG) to determine whether specific information is stored in a subject's brain. It does this by measuring electrical brainwave responses to words, phrases, or pictures that are presented on a computer screen (Farwell & Smith 2001, Farwell, Richardson, and Richardson 2012).

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  • 1. Brain Fingerprinting Technology By :Yash
  • 2. Introduction History..Brain fingerprinting was invented by Dr. LawrenceFarwell, The chief scientist and president ofHuman Brain Research Laboratory,USA .He had tested brain Fingerprinting technology inover 170 cases. The test has not made a singleerror in all these cases.
  • 3. CONTENTS• Introduction• Basic outline• Working principle• Technique• Comparison with other technologies• Role in criminal proceedings• Applications• Advantages• Conclusion
  • 4. Basic outlineBrain Fingerprinting is a investigative techniquethat measures recognition of familiar stimuli bymeasuring electrical brain wave responses towords, phrases, or pictures that are presentedon a computer screen.The theory is that the suspects reaction to thedetails of an event or activity will reflect if thesuspect had prior knowledge of the event oractivity.
  • 5. Existing polygraph tests rely onemotional responses, brainfingerprinting records how yourbrain reacts to words and imagesrelated to a crime -- ones only thekiller would recognize.
  • 6. Technique This technique uses theThe person to be tested In order to calibrate the well known fact that anwears a special brain fingerprinting electrical signal known asheadband with system, the testee is P300 is emitted from anelectronic sensors that presented with a series individuals brainmeasure the of irrelevant words, and approximately 300electroencephalography pictures, and a series of milliseconds after it isfrom several locations relevant words, and confronted with aon the scalp. pictures. stimulus of special significance.
  • 7. Cont..
  • 8. Comparison with other technologies The novel interpretation in brain fingerprinting is to look for P300 as response to stimuli related to the crime in question e.g., a murder weapon or a victims face. Because it is based on EEG signals, the system does not require the testee to issue verbal responses to questions or stimuli. Brain fingerprinting uses cognitive brain responses, brain finger printing does not depend on the emotions of the subject, nor is it affected by emotional responses. Brain fingerprinting is fundamentally different from the polygraph (lie-detector), which measures emotion-based physiological signals such as heart rate, sweating, and blood pressure. Also, unlike polygraph testing, it does not attempt to determine whether or not the subject is lying or telling the truth.
  • 9. ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY  Electroencephalography (EEG) is the measurement of electrical activity produced by the brain as recorded from electrodes placed on the scalp.  So-called scalp EEG is collected from tens to hundreds of electrodes positioned on different locations at the surface of the head. EEG signals (in the range of mille-volts) are amplified and digitalized for later processing.  The data measured by the scalp EEG are used for clinical and research purposes.
  • 10. Role In Criminal Proceedings• The application of Brain Fingerprinting testing in a criminal case involves four phases: 1. Investigation 2. Interview 3. Scientific testing and 4. Adjudication.• The first phase is undertaken by a skilled investigator, the second by an interviewer who may be an investigator or a scientist, the third by a scientist, and the fourth by a judge and jury.
  • 11. PHASE 1: InvestigationBefore a brain fingerprinting testing can be applied,an investigation must be undertaken to discoverinformation that can be used in the test.
  • 12. PHASE 2: Interview of SubjectOnce evidence has been accumulated throughinvestigation, the interview with the suspect mayhelp to determine which scientific tests to conduct,or how to conduct the tests.
  • 13. PHASE 3: Scientific Testing with Brain Fingerprinting The input for this scientific procedure is the probe stimuli, which are formulated on the basis of the investigation and the interview. The output of this scientific procedure is a determination of “information present” or “information absent” for those specific probe stimuli.
  • 14. PHASE 4: Adjudication of Guilt or InnocenceThe adjudication of guilt or innocence is theexclusive domain of the judge and jury.Science provides evidence, but a judge and jurymust weigh the evidence and decide theverdict.
  • 15. APPLICATIONSThe various applications are as follows:-1. Test for several forms of employment, especially in dealing with sensitive military and foreign intelligence screening.2. Individuals who were “information present” and “information absent”3. To detect symptoms of Alzheimers disease, Mental Depression and other forms of dementia including neurological disorders.4. Criminal cases.5. Counter-Terrorism.6. Security Testing.
  • 16. ADVANTAGESThe various advantages are as follows:-1. The rate of error is extremely low virtually nonexistent and clear standards governing.2. Record of 100% accuracy.3. Identifies the criminal quickly and scientifically.4. Provides immediate scientific result.5. Reduced costs and complexities.6. Support the right to a speedy and fair trail.
  • 17. CONCLUSIONSBrain Fingerprinting is a revolutionary new scientific technology for solving The technology fulfills an urgent need crimes, identifying perpetrators, and for governments, law enforcementexonerating innocent suspects, with a agencies, corporations, investigators, record of 100% accuracy in research crime victims, and falsely accused, with US government agencies, actual innocent suspects.criminal cases, and other applications.
  • 18. REFERENCES1) Farwell LA, Donchin E. The brain detector: P300 in the detection of deception. Psychophysiology 1986; 24:434.2) Farwell LA, Donchin E. The truth will out: interrogative polygraphy ("lie detection") with event-related brain potentials. Psychophysiology 1991;28:531- 541.3) Farwell LA, inventor. Method and apparatus for multifaceted electroencephalographic response analysis (MERA). US patent 5,363,858. 1994 Nov 15.4) Farwell LA. Two new twists on the truth detector: brain-wave detection of occupational information. Psychophysiology 1992;29(4A):S3.5) Farwell LA, inventor. Method and apparatus for truth detection. US patent 5,406,956. 1995 Apr 18.6) Picton TW. Handbook of electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology: human event-related potentials. Amsterdam:
  • 19. Any queries?
  • 20. Thank you!