Police are using artificial intelligence to spot written lies

Police are using artificial intelligence to spot written lies

Quartz

There’s no foolproof way to know if someone’s verbally telling lies, but scientists have developed a tool that seems remarkably accurate at judging written falsehoods. Using machine learning and text analysis, they’ve been able to identify false robbery reports with such accuracy that the tool is now being rolled out to police stations across Spain.

Source: Goldhill, O. (2018). Quartz. Read more here.

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