There’s a challenge when you’re developing new lie-detection software – you can get people to lie for you in a lab setting, but their behaviour won’t be the same as it would be in a real-world scenario. In order to see authentic lying behaviour, you need to go somewhere where the stakes for the liars are higher. That’s why scientists from the University of Michigan turned to videos of courtroom testimonies.
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