Sunday, September 14, 2008

India Uses Controversial Brain Scan Machine to Convict Criminal Defendants

India has become the first country to convict someone of a crime relying on evidence from a brain scanning machine, according to a story today in the New York Times.  The controversial machine produces images of the human mind in action and is supposed to indicate when a criminal suspect remembers details of the crime in question.  Read more here.

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