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New Utah created lie detector focuses on our eyes

New Utah created lie detector focuses on our eyes

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 UTAH) Our eyes may be the windows to our souls, but they may also give us away when we lie.

University of Utah professors and a Utah company have developed a new type of lie detector that claims deception is all in our eyes. And recently the Converus company showed us how the EyeDetect technology works.

Carolyn Glaser is about to take on new kind of lie detector. And before she starts the computerized system has a few words for her. "The more truthful you appear the less likely a lie will be detected." She selects a number between 2 and 9 and doesn't tell anyone. Then she is asked to answer questions truthfully - except when it comes to her number. That's when she's supposed to lie. And as she tells the truth, and as she tells that little lie. Her eyes are being carefully analyzed. Converus CEO Todd Mickelsen. "All that information is captured by the eye tracker right here."

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