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Travellers will be questioned by AI lie detectors at the EU border



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It’s already nerve-wracking answering questions at the border, and some ports in the European Union are taking it to another, kinda worrying level.

They’re installing an artificial intelligence-powered system called iBorderCtrl, which aims to speed up the processing of travellers, but also to determine if they’re lying. 

According to New Scientist, a six-month trial will take place at four border crossing points in Hungary, Greece and Latvia. 

During pre-screening, users will upload their passport, visa, and proof of funds, then answer questions asked by a computer-generated border guard to a webcam.  Read more…

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