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  • 1. Brain Fingerprinting BY KAVITHA
  • 2.
      • ABSTRACT
      • INTRODUCTION
  • 3.
      • WHAT IS BRAIN FINGERPRINTING?
  • 4. Background
      • 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
  • 5.
      • PHASES OF BRAIN FINGERPRINTING
  • 6. Applications
      • National security
      • Medical diagnosis
        • Alzheimer’s Disease
      • Advertising
      • Crimial justice system
  • 7. National Security
      • Identify terrorists and accomplices prior to attacks by determining whether specific information is embedded in the memory of the subject
  • 8. Medical Field
      • Alzheimer’s Disease
        • Detects P300 brainwave
        • Symptoms reversible through dietary and medicinal changes
      • Pharmeceutical companies
        • See effects of new medication
        • Doctors can monitor treatments and adjust them
  • 9. Advertising
      • Brain fingerprinting allows advertisers to determine what information from an ad is retained in memory
        • What elements do people pay attention to
        • What type of media is most effective
        • How to advertise to people all over the world
  • 10. Criminal Justice
      • Used with MERMER technology
      • FBI and CIA endorsed to convict criminals
        • P300 brainwave is emitted if a memory of presented stimulus exists in the brain
        • Difference between perpetrator and the innocent is the memory of the crime scene embedded in the brain
  • 11. References
      • http://www.nightwithafuturist.com
      • http://brainwavescience.com
      • http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2001/07/0705_wirelies.html
  • 12.
      • CONCLUSION
  • 13.
      • QUERIES????????
  • 14.
      • THANK U

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