It works by tracking bloodflow in the face.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police used polygraph machines while investigating a high-profile terror attack on Canada's Parliament, even though courts and researchers say the tests are unreliable.
Converus has been pitching its EyeDetect software in Washington as a potential solution to fears about Syrian and Iraqi emigres.
Lie detectors are all the rage in Serbia, where I live, so I figured I'd give it a go.
As Gary Smith prepares to go into his third (and likely final) trial for the murder of Mike McQueen, VICE takes a look at the cutting edge lie detector that could have shifted the balance in Smith's favor.
Lie detectors have been under fire since they were invented in the early 1920s, but the feds just indicted a guy who makes a living dishing out tips on how to fool them.
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