A Utah technology start-up says its new lie detection technology called “EyeDetect” is what the U.S. government needs to quickly screen Syrian refugees and foreign nationals. The company, Converus, was in Washington, D.C. earlier this month and demonstrated the solution to officials from the FBI, State Department, Secret Service, Department ... Read More
A team of scientists from the University of Utah may have invented a new way to see truth by peering into the “window of the soul” via one’s eyes. Converus, the company behind the technology marketed as EyeDetect, will explain at a series of free seminars in the D.C.-area how ... Read More
Converus participated in the 20th Annual Corrections and Law Enforcement Training Conference in St. George, Utah Sep. 21-22. Approximately 800 attended the event, hosted by the Utah Sheriffs’ Association. The Lehi-based start-up not only demonstrated the accuracy of its new lie detection technology, EyeDetect, but was also featured on a ... Read More
Demand for Converus’ lie detection technology EyeDetect in Latin America has grown rapidly since the company began its sales efforts earlier this year. To help oversee this increased demand, Converus has promoted Fernando Ferreira from regional sales manager to vice president of Latin America and Caribbean sales.
Dr. David Raskin, co-inventor of the computerized polygraph and a member of the Converus Science Team, discussed EyeDetect lie detection technology Sep. 2 at the 50th annual seminar of the American Polygraph Association (APA) in Chicago. Approximately 150 polygraph examiners worldwide attended Raskin’s seminar to learn more regarding the science ... Read More
Corruption scandals continue in Mexico. Most recently, the July 11 jailbreak of drug lord Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán and the November 2014 conflict-of-interest scandal involving luxury homes built for Mexican President Peña Nieto have kept Mexicans very aware and wary of corruption.
Chief Scientist Dr. John Kircher of Converus was featured on the Science Channel’s June 3 show “Through the Wormhole” with Morgan Freeman to discuss EyeDetect — the first viable lie detection technology invented since the polygraph emerged nearly 100 years ago.
Converus (www.converus.com) Science Team Member Dr. David Raskin visited Mexico City and Panama City last month to speak to various audiences about the current lie detection technologies on the market. Converus President and CEO Todd Mickelsen accompanied him. Dr. Raskin’s presentation, titled “Today’s Lie Detection Technologies,” covered the polygraph, MRI, ... Read More
Annually, the Utah Venture Entrepreneur Forum creates a list of the 100 most-discussed ventures in Utah. Lehi-based Converus, which announced its EyeDetect technology to the world earlier last year, makes its debut on the list.
LEHI, Utah – Feb. 2, 2015 – Converus, a Utah-based startup dedicated to detecting deception ... Read More
Technology start-up Converus, creators of a new lie detection method called EyeDetect, just closed a bridge funding round of $1.35 million. This comes after the company raised $1.25 million in seed funding during 2013, which helped launch its technology EyeDetect in April of this year.
This funding round will be used ... Read More
Converus (“with truth”) is committed to providing trustworthy, technological solutions for deception detection. EyeDetect is an alternative technology for deception detection that is accurate, cost-effective, efficient, secure and nonintrusive. It allows businesses to manage risk and ensure workplace integrity, and assists law enforcement agencies and governments to detect deception.