This might seem weird, but on a second thought. Weird??? I mean, thus is the 21st century, anythibg weird sounds cool.
Ok then let's see what new with this brain scan biometric simulation identification.
The biometric "brainprint" system can identify people with 100 per cent accuracy based on the results of an electroencephalogram (EEG) recording of their brain activity, Binghamton University has found.
A previous experiment, documented in a paper published in
Neurocomputing used similar comparative methods, but had participants read a block of text, instead of using images.
A brainprint would be recorded by having a user look at an image while hooked up to an electroencephalograph that would record their brain activity in response to the stimulus – setting the password. On future occasions, the user's identity would be confirmed by exposing them to the stimulus again, recording their response and using pattern classifying computer systems to compare the results.
Image from Wired
Study co-author Zhanpeng Jin says: "We tend to see the applications of this system as being more along the lines of high-security physical locations, like the Pentagon or Air Force Labs, where there aren't that many users that are authorized to enter, and those users don't need to constantly be authorizing the way that a consumer might need to authorize into their phone or computer."
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