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Cognify: Prison Concept of the Future Unveiled

The Cognify concept offers personalized rehabilitation by tailoring memories to specific offenses. Violent offenders experience their crimes from the victim's perspective, as Cognify simulates the victim's pain and suffering in a matter of minutes, which feels prolonged in the minds of the subject.

Dubai-based scientist, Hashem Al-Ghaili, has unveiled a new rehabilitation facility concept  for prisoners and prison systems, dubbed Cognify.

The concept involves a state-of-the-art facility that would use advanced technology, to implant vivid A.I  generated memories of past crimes into the minds of criminals. These recollections will enable offenders to experience their offenses such as fraud, hate crimes, domestic abuse, and other crimes from the viewpoint of the victim.

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According to Hashem Al-Ghaili, “Once the target brain regions are identified, Cognify is then placed around the head of the prisoner, to commence the generation of synthetic memories, depending on the crime committed and the unique brain structure and psychological profile of the individual.”

The artificial memories will be seamlessly integrated into the brain’s neural systems, making them feel authentic and realistic to the subject.

“The artificial memories implanted by the Cognify would be seamlessly incorporated into the existing neural networks of the brain, preventing cognitive dissonance and ensuring the subject experiences the memories as if they were real.”

Convicts can choose between fast-track rehabilitation at the Cognify facility, which takes only minutes, or serving their sentence in jail. Inmates who successfully complete the Cognify rehabilitation program will be released back into society to start a new life.

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The Cognify concept offers personalized rehabilitation by tailoring memories to specific offenses. Violent offenders experience their crimes from the victim’s perspective, as Cognify simulates the victim’s pain and suffering in a matter of minutes, which feels prolonged in the minds of the subject.

According to Hashem Al-Ghaili, the approach aims to reduce incarceration time and costs by rehabilitating offenders more quickly, enabling them to reintegrate into society and become productive members of the workforce.

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