Google develops lie detecting neck tattoo, gets one step closer to ruling the world

In another giant leap toward world domination, Google has filed a patent for an electronic skin tattoo that connects to a mobile device, and can be used to detect when the user is not being honest.

Google suggests that the device will be used by security personnel in noisy environments, as it allows the user to transmit conversation through background noise. Unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on who you ask) it can also be hooked up to a lie detector that can indicate whether the user is nervous or speaking abnormally. The only real catch – it may be hard to place on your subject’s neck without them knowing.

1 comment:

Jack son said...

The polygraph has some place around 4 and 6 sensors attached to it while the free end is associated with the chatted with subject.

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