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

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    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.

    Daily Mail - Sciencetech (UK)
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