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Wednesday, January 09, 2008

Voice analyse TV statements in famous cases

I know the technology may not be totally accurate, but I can't help wondering what the results would be if it was run against the statements of people connected with various notorious cases. Call centres use it to detect when people are lying. The users believe it works, but others say it's not proven. Nevertheless, curiosity demands that somebody run it and let us know. You know what to do. I'm not paid to tell you. This is dry hump number 999, so do it yourself you lot (journalists/cops/enterprising software geeks).


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