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How children learn to tell lies: Implications for emotion AI
What if you had a way to use your phone to detect with 85% accuracy whether a person was lying?

For nearly 30 years, Professor Kang Lee has studied the development of lying in childhood. His research has led to a new imaging technique called transdermal optical imaging, which can detect facial blood flow on human faces and use this information to measure a variety of physiological and psychological states. Professor Lee's research on child lying has led to legal reforms in Canada regarding the treatment of child witnesses.

In this OISE Alumni & Friends talk, Professor Lee will discuss the major discoveries he has made about the development of lying in children and its implications for affective artificial intelligence — also known as emotion AI — for applications in security, marketing, healthcare, and education.

Jun 1, 2022 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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