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42 Mondays On Emerging Technologies for Policing

Author Name: K. Jayanth Murali | Format: Paperback | Genre : Letters & Essays | Other Details

Buckle-up before you riffle through the pages of this fascinating book. You are about to embark on a cool ride that will not just blow you away but also take the lid off some disruptive emerging technologies that promise kick-ass capabilities for the police to combat crime and criminals. 

As you journey through the book, encounter some cool emerging technologies, such as Artificial Intelligence, Augmented Reality, 3D Printing, DNA Profiling, Genetic Genealogy, Virtual Reality, Brain Fingerprinting, Nanotechnology, Quantum Computing, Synthetic Biology and more, waft from the pages of this brilliant book. 

Know for yourself whether these exponential technologies promise a utopia. Or if the burgeoning technologies like CRISPR, Robots and Drones could turn dystopian by fostering criminals? In the same vein – Should we embrace or ignore predictive policing? Will the haunting spectre of Bioterrorism portend a catastrophe for entire humankind? Is it possible for the Darknet to enable a perfect murder? Can we use microbes to detect crimes? And finally, have we started forging God’s signature?

Also delve into the bizarre world of Mind-Uploading, Botnets, Cryptocurrency and Digital Weapons. Get dazzled by cool policing scenarios without losing sight of its apocalyptic side. Totally enthralling and thoroughly captivating, this book is an essential read for both police professionals and general readers.

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K. Jayanth Murali

Dr K. Jayanth Murali, an IPS officer presently posted as Additional Director General of Police, Law and Order, Tamil Nadu, has served his country for over 25 years. He spent his early years in Hyderabad and then moved to Delhi, where he obtained his PhD in Microbiology. Through a strange quirk of fate, he eventually joined the Indian Police Service in 1991 and moved to Chennai.

He has handled several key and formidable assignments that also earned him the prestigious President's Police Medal in 2010 and 2015, Chief Minister's Medal for Excellence in Public Service in 2017 and the Chief Minister’s Special Service Medal in 2019. 

In addition, Jayanth is passionate about running marathons. He has carved his way into the Asia Book of Records by creating two records, one in the half-marathon category in 2018 and another in the full marathon category in 2019. He is also an avid reader, blogger, farmer and a running and nutrition coach. He loves to relax by cooking or painting. His articles have appeared in Deccan Chronicle, The Asian Age and Medium.com.

Website : www.jayanthmurali.com

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