Date: 6 months ago   Category: Science

The neuronet which is capable to distinguish a lie on handwriting is created


Now for identification of false testimonies by the police officer it isn't obligatory to check the suspect by means of a polygraph. Scientists have developed a neuronet which is capable to reveal a lie on handwriting. About it on Friday, October 26, Mirror writes. The device was created by researchers from Cardiff University. It can find a lie in the written text with an accuracy of 80%. Development was called by VeriPol and it is already used by law enforcement authorities of Spain. To check system accuracy, researchers have loaded into her more than 1000 obviously false police reports from the Spanish national police. Earlier scientists have said that lies positively influences development of a human brain. Also it was reported that scientists have learned to diagnose Parkinson's disease on handwriting. News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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