- Roberto Garcia
- Panama City
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Device a system that can perform an electrical brain scan from a safe distance in search of electrical patterns that match pre-crime stres
Electrical activity in the human brain can be mapped with the use of certain existing technologies available in medical centers. What if we take this idea and make something that helps to develop an effective method to identify electrical patterns in the brain of an individual that is about to commit a crime or any other type of fault action?
What if a device or long range brain scanning system can be focused on an individual that is visually suspicious, and scan this individual for electrical brain activity that corresponds to a fault action?
Example: Lets imagine an individual enters a public place with an unlawful purpose. And a LRE scan is performed by the system and the readings indicate his/her brain electrical activity corresponds to that of someone that is going to do something wrong. The security personnel rapidly puts an extra eye on that individual. This individual may change mind or in the case he/she acts, authorities will be right there to minimize or totally prevent any damage.
Terminals, malls or any place that gathers people may use this as a tool to help fight outlaws.
Fact: Law offenders have the initiative most of the time. Actually there is no way to predict whether an individual, even with a previous criminal profile, will do something against the law or not.
So if we can identify the specific electrical brain patterns previous to an unlawful action on an individual that enters a store, terminal etc.? Security personnel would have a tool that may give them half or one step ahead of someone that wants to break the law.
This technology would have certain issues about privacy. But the system should be regulated to search for specific electrical brain patterns that correspond to pre-crime stress or any type of activity that indicates non good actions. Will also ease the work and save time for security personnel in airports and other type of terminals or places that gather high numbers of people.
What do you people think?