Meet Elvis: The virtual border official who knows if you’re lying

“A lie-detecting virtual border official nicknamed “Elvis” is the latest high-tech approach to securing borders in the United States.

Developed by University of Arizona researchers in collaboration with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), the computer is known as the Automated Virtual Agent for Truth Assessments in Real-Time — or AVATAR — kiosk.

It uses sensors to screen passengers for unusual physiological responses to questioning — which can indicate a subject is lying.”

Source: CNN

Republican Moocher. Mooch: to get or take without paying or at another's expense; sponge:

Oh my God!

I just hope they don’t put that thing anywhere near Congress or Wall Street!

Couldn’t they at least use one of those babes from my virtual games my wife made me stop playing?

Courtesy of CNN: The AVATAR kiosk currently being trialled at at Dennis DeConcini Port in Nogales, Arizona

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