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U.S. Intel Wants Super-Sensitive Human Lie-Detectors

February 19th, 2010 02:35 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

The U.S. intelligence community wants to master the art of BS-detection. But instead of improving on pre-existing methods, like polygraph tests or voice stress analysis, they want to amplify our own, intuitive, ‘pre-conscious human assessment of trustworthiness.’

Source: U.S. Intel Wants Super-Sensitive Human Lie-Detectors

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