There's this strong belief in the single or combined use of these 5 methods of lie detection:
* Polygraph testing
* Voice stress analysers
* Mimicry including capillory dilation
* fMRI and its brain signals, also where it says "lie", "false" and "deception"
* Transdermal Optical Imaging (new)
These can greatly contribute to police standards of practice, routinely used. The courts have earlier been encouraged to use both video and audio recordings for lie detection in the process of legal work at these arenas.
It's also a strong belief that the combined use of all or any 2 gives the lie itself its death. That lying dies as this is incorporated on all levels throughout the legal systems of the World. That reality gives these 4 methods 100% (or near-100%) hit level in revealing lies/lying.
I'll follow up on some cases where its use can greatly influence the results. Ok? Cheers!
Transdermal Optical Imaging is presented by Kang Lee on TedTalks, by url, https://www.ted.com/talks/kang_lee_can_you_really_tell_if_a_kid_is_lying .
(Also see my work on ethical (moral) objectivity here: http://whatiswritten777.blogspot.no/2012/09/ethical-objectivity-objection-to.html .)
Lie detectors - A more happy and religious world?
It's my view that all the injustice of the World helps the Darwinian view as a kind of lifestyle and simultaneously demoralizes religious people making them use more energy to stay optimistic and cheerful.
In other words, a just World probably helps people in getting them more religious. So how do you see lie detectors help legal systems worldwide? I think there can be more resolve to help victims of domestic violence. Not only that, but also as a kind of confirmation of the stories that enter the police, they can test all sides of a reported crime to find out who's telling the truth. This can help police greatly, IMO. It can also aid in avoiding putting innocent people behind bars. I really see no end for the benefits.
Mike Wehner @MikeWehner
December 28th, 2016 at 7:16 PM
"Lie-detecting kiosks are coming to an airport near you"
The system is called AVATAR, which is short for Automated Virtual Agent for Truth Assessments in Real Time, and is currently being tested by the Canadian Border Services Agency as well as the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. It’s been in development for some time, and the United States has already deployed AVATAR kiosks in “low risk” areas to get a sense of how they might handle the flow of people moving into and out of the United States at the border.
“AVATAR has been tested in labs, in airports and at border crossing stations,” Elkins told the SDSU NewsCenter. “The system is fully ready for implementation to help stem the flow of contraband, thwart fleeing criminals, and detect potential terrorists and many other applications in the effort to secure international borders.”
Lie detection progresses! Hurray! Because truth serves the people, democracy and Human Rights (eventually)!