Two companies are currently marketing a cutting-edge solution for lie detection—fMRI, or functional magnetic resonance imaging. This is a specialized MRI that measures changes in blood flow related to neural activity in the brain.
A federal judge has just issued a report on whether fMRI lie detection should be admissible in court. His conclusion: Not yet.
Read Is fMRI lie-detection evidence admissible? on Lawyersusaonline.com.
Read fMRI lie detection fails its first hearing on reliability on the Stanford Law School Blog. This article includes a link to the judge’s actual report.
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