On EyeDetect Recognition and Polygraph are tests that use sensors to tell if someone is lying. With the EyeDetect, it can tell when people are lying with 97-99% accuracy.
An argument for using lie detector test results in court.
In 1955, two scientists with the names Meehl and Rosen came up with a way to know if someone is telling the truth. You can take two tests on the same topic. If they pass both tests then you know that this person is telling the truth.
A successive Hurdle is a test. It is also called successive testing. This combination of tests is the best lie detector.
Successive hurdles only work if the two lie detection tests are independent. Polygraph measures heart rate, blood pressure, skin conductance and respiration activity.
EyeDetect is a program that checks how much work your eyes are doing. It looks at changes in the eye and how they read.
For the first time, lie detection can be reliably used. The polygraph and EyeDetect have high rates of accuracy and are not dependent on each other.
If someone can pass a polygraph and an EyeDetect test on the same topic, then, based on the statistical model called Bayes Theorem and with published accuracy for those technologies, there can be a 97 to 99% outcome confidence. That is higher than for many lie detector tests.
The polygraph argument has never been used with two tests because it does not apply to using two tests.
However, now that there is EyeDetect and it has been shown in scientific labs that it is accurate, the statistical model based on Bayes Theorem can be used.
In conclusion, we think there is now a good reason for lie detector tests to be allowed in a court of law. These tests have been proven and are scientific.
EyeDetect and Polygraph for Screening
In the typical hiring process, an applicant must pass many tests.
The first thing people do when applying for a job is an interview. They might also have to do a physical agility test and have a psych evaluation. Then they take a written test or get checked for criminal background. People also need to give references who can vouch for them, and they may need to be screened for medical problems that could
If someone fails a test, they are not hired. This is the most common process. It has drawbacks because it takes time, effort and money to do the tests. It would be better if there were more tests that have progressively more of these three things, like a long time, much money and difficult questions.
When to use EyeDetect?
It is a good idea to do the EyeDetect test before you do any other tests. This way, you will know if they are a “bad” person that might not pass the other tests.
Focus on the most credible applicants. That will make the quality of the entire applicant pool better. Then, if you want to try a lie detector test, you can do it on those who have made it through the process. You can be confident that they are telling your truth when they pass this exam 97-99% of the time.