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Slashdot Items Tagged "minorityreport"

Date / TimeStory
Sunday December 23, 2012 @04:30PM NYPD To Identify 'Deranged' Gunmen Through Internet Chatter
Sunday September 25, 2011 @10:54PM Using a Supercomputer To Predict Revolutions
Friday July 08, 2011 @05:31PM Law Enforcement Wants To Try 'Predictive Policing'
Thursday June 30, 2011 @04:52PM Future Actions Predicted From Brain Activity
Monday September 27, 2010 @08:12AM Iris Scanning Set To Secure City In Mexico
Thursday August 26, 2010 @07:56PM Touchless Gesture User Interfaces
Thursday August 12, 2010 @01:55AM Music Festival Producer Pre-Sues Bootleggers
Friday July 16, 2010 @01:09PM Tokyo Rail Billboards Scan Viewer's Age, Gender
Thursday June 10, 2010 @07:32PM German Researchers Show Off a Gesture-Based Interface
Friday April 16, 2010 @08:26PM Innocent Until Predicted Guilty
Tuesday December 08, 2009 @12:17PM Subverting Fingerprinting
Wednesday August 19, 2009 @06:57AM Predicting Malicious Web Attacks
Tuesday April 28, 2009 @02:10PM A No-Touching 3D Computer Interface
Monday February 02, 2009 @04:04PM New Ads That Watch You
Wednesday December 17, 2008 @05:45AM In Japan, a Billboard That Watches You
Wednesday December 03, 2008 @02:18AM Replacing Metal Detectors With Brain Scans
Saturday November 22, 2008 @12:08AM Oblong's g-speak Brings "Minority Report" Interface To Life
Wednesday September 24, 2008 @03:40AM Homeland Security Department Testing "Pre-Crime" Detector
Tuesday July 01, 2008 @07:18AM FBI's New Eye Scan Database Raising Eyebrows
Monday March 17, 2008 @07:36PM UK Police Want DNA of 'Potential Offenders'
Monday November 12, 2007 @10:50PM Multitouch Without Touch Using Wiimote
Thursday May 10, 2007 @02:09PM Long Range Eye Tracking for Advertisers
Tuesday March 06, 2007 @12:05PM Scientists Predicting Intentions
Friday February 09, 2007 @11:07AM Brain Scanner Can Read People's Intentions
Wednesday February 07, 2007 @09:23AM Public Iris Scanning Device In the Works
Sunday January 07, 2007 @03:04AM Apple and Google to Blog the World
Friday December 22, 2006 @11:53PM Neuroscience, Psychology Eroding Idea of Free Will

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