A software company based in Japan has developed a mobile app that allows people to tell whether they are lying. The app in question analyzes people’s facial expressions and tone of voice when answering various questions. But scientists argue that may not be possible.
Deepscore, a software company based in Japan, has announced it is developing an app that can show how reliable people can be with a new algorithm. This app allows people to be asked some questions and to understand whether people are lying with their facial expressions and tone at the moments of answer to these questions. But according to some scientists, such a situation is unlikely.
DeepScore targets banks and insurance companies in particular with this application. Explaining this with an example, the company says that everyone has a certain credit limit, but sometimes claims can be made far above the limit. Here are such risky sectors, using this app, they will be able to understand whether the person in front of them is telling the truth or lying. At least, the company claims, that will be the case.