AI tech pips polygraph tests in catching lies

Jan 02, 2018, 7:14 AM EST
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An Utah-based company, called Converus, is employing artificial intelligence to measure the changing dimensions of pupils to spot when an individual is lying, a technique that has already proved its edge over conventional polygraph tests.

Juan Becerra, an investigator at Panther Security and Investigations, hails the EyeDetect technology as a revolutionary arsenal in the field of deception detection, notes Fanatical Futurist.  

Other than catching lies with pupil dilation, an AI system built by cognitive scientists at the University of Padova, can spot fraudsters with 95 percent accuracy by simply studying their computer mouse movements, writes Mail Online.