“I Don’t Know Where He is Not”: Does Deception Research yet Offer a Basis for Deception Detectives?

@inproceedings{Vartapetiance2012IDK,
  title={“I Don’t Know Where He is Not”: Does Deception Research yet Offer a Basis for Deception Detectives?},
  author={Anna Vartapetiance and Lee Gillam},
  year={2012}
}
Suppose we wanted to create an intelligent machine that somehow drew its intelligence from large collections of text, possibly involving the processing of collections available on the Web such as Wikipedia. Does past research in deception offer a sufficiently robust basis upon which we might develop a means to filter out texts that are deceptive, either partially or entirely? Could we identify, for example, any deliberately deceptive edits to Wikipedia without consulting the edit history? In… CONTINUE READING

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