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Sunday, March 28, 2021

Towards Deception Detection? In Humans, in Machines? In Crowds?

Following this in the Language Log Blog for some time.  We even looked at large databases of human comments on products. But could such comments really be marked as 'deception'?    And when our brands started to converse with customers, relating their experiences, concerns and needs,  could such conversations be closer to speaking 'truth'?  Or not?  How about if we linked it to other behavioral  cues?   Or is that a violation of privacy?    All that detail, though discussed, was never implemented.  But can it be done better now?   Is there truth in a crowd response?   See the tags under 'deception'  here, which I am about to review.

New directions in deception detection?

March 28, 2021 @ 11:23 am · Filed by Mark Liberman under Nonverbal communication, Psychology of language

Jessica Seigel, "The truth about lying", Knowable Magazine 3/25/2021

You can’t spot a liar just by looking — but psychologists are zeroing in on methods that might actually work

The featured research is a review by Aldert Vrij, Maria Hartwig, and Pär Anders Granhag, "Reading Lies: Nonverbal Communication and Deception", Annual Review of Psychology 2019   :... '

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