Seeing through the face of deception.

  title={Seeing through the face of deception.},
  author={Ioannis T. Pavlidis and Norman L. Eberhardt and James A. Levine},
  volume={415 6867},
We have developed a high-definition thermal-imaging technique that can detect attempted deceit by recording the thermal patterns from people's faces. This technique has an accuracy comparable to that of polygraph examination by experts and has potential for application in remote and rapid security screening, without the need for skilled staff or physical contact. 

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