Journal of Medical Case Reports and Reviews

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David Salinas
faculty of medicine lima peru
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  • Submited: March 29, 2019
  • Published: April 30, 2019


Person of Interest is an Americanscience fictiontelevisionseriethat recreates the permanent surveillanceof citizens'daily life and attributes the obtaining of private  information to a super artificiallintelligency; however, a scientific analysis revels that actually the television serie is recreating surveillance with cerebral internet of citizens with secret implantation of invasive neurotechnology such as brain nanobots. Actually, the television serieseeks manufacturethe consent to the use of the cerebral internet under the argument of security.There are many evidences that suggest that its actual script is being based on illicital human experimentation with cerebral internet in the world, mainly in United Statesand Latin America.It is very likely that there are many real "Person of interest", beautiful women, millionaries, eminent scientists, prosecutors, judges among others.They are permanently monitored, not for their safety, but for the illicit enrichment of a mafia of prosecutors, policemen,and journalists.The world society shall know, be alert and report the crimes committed by this Hollywood’s mafia that aims to become a great organized crime network in the world.


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How to Cite
Salinas, D. (2019). THE SECRET OF“PERSON OF INTEREST’: THE CEREBRAL INTERNET. Jmcrr, 2(4). Retrieved from
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