PJTV: Mind reading 101
Is science advanced to the point where a jury could decide a man's guilt through mind reading? What if reading a defendant's memory could betray their guilt? Can we determine the guilt or innocence of a terrorist just by scanning his brain?
Glenn and I talk to Professor Walter Sinnott-Armstrong about the legal and psychological aspects of the new science of Neurolaw. Is it ethical? Should the government have the power to use magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to "read people's minds"? Does it really work? Find out.
You can watch the show here.