Towards wireless lie detection?
This device, developed at MIT, uses a highly accurate radio technology to measure an individual’s breathing and heart rate remotely.
By analysing these signals it can deduce their mood, e.g. joy, anger, sadness.
In this way, machines can identify people’s state of mind at a distance and adjust their behaviour in response.
Multiple digital innovations scan individuals to identify their behaviour and emotion for predictive or coaching purposes. Here the recognition works remotely with no contact. It's quicker, less invasive and more discreet. But it also means someone's state of mind can be tracked without their knowing.
Spotted in 2017
By IIM BANGALORE (India) + UTSEUS
- United States