How to REALLY spot a liar: Scowling, eye contact and exaggerated hand movements are all signs …

Researchers studied 120 video clips from media coverage of criminal trialsThey trained software to recognise so-called ‘tells’ of people who had liedThis combined gestures, such as hand movements, with vocal cluesExperts conclude that liars tend to give confident answers, use ‘um’ and ‘er’ more regularly, scowl or grimace while talking and make eye contact By Victoria Woollaston for MailOnline Published: 16:08, 10 December 2015 | Updated: 16:11, 10 December 2015 From blushing cheeks to a racing heartbeat, there have been countless studies and machines designed to spot liars.Now, using videos from criminal court cases, researchers claim to have developed a machine-learning software that can tell if someone is being deceitful by looking for specific ‘tells.’This software found liars tend to gesticulate widely using both their hands, distance themselves from the lie…


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