Mind readers: The future of airport security?
from Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
A would-be terrorist tries to board a plane, bent on mass murder. As he walks through a security checkpoint, high-tech machines analyze his body language and read his mind. Screeners pull him aside. Tragedy is averted. As far-fetched as that sounds, systems that aim to get inside an evildoer's head are among the proposals floated by security experts thinking beyond X-ray machines and metal detectors.
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