Airport Avatars Can Tell If Travelers Are Lying

Airport Avatars Can Tell If Travelers Are Lying
technology

A lie detector kiosk can identify whether flyers are telling the truth through their facial expressions, eye movement, and verbal responses.

Emma Hutchings
  • 22 january 2013

A lie detector kiosk designed for Customs and Border Protection in America is a video screen avatar that can detect if travelers are lying through their facial expressions, eye movement, and verbal response.

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