AI Polygraph studies your face and voice for signs you’re being deceitful

Scientists combined artificial intelligence with facial recognition softwareCameras monitor for minute changes in facial expression and skin colourThey also look at body position, temperature, voice and semantic structureSuspects can be monitored without knowing as it does not use electrodesBy Richard Gray for MailOnline Published: 14:42, 12 January 2016 | Updated: 14:50, 12 January 2016 Looking for tiny facial tics from opponents has been used by poker players for decades as a way to spot a bluff, but now Chinese scientists are using the same technique to develop a lie detector.They have created an online polygraph that uses facial recognition to study minute changes in facial expression, skin colour, temperature and heart rate – all of which could reveal a lie.The machine is also fitted with artificial intelligence to analyse visual…


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