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About Converus

Disrupting the Lie Detection Industry

Revolutionary technologies that are changing the way the world detects deception.

Truth Validated

Converus provides scientifically validated credibility assessment technologies.

Our technologies are destined to change the way the world detects deception. It all started with the 2014 release of our revolutionary, game-changing lie detection technology called EyeDetect. EyeDetect is the first viable, scalable, scientifically validated credibility assessment method invented since the polygraph debuted nearly 100 years ago.

EyeDetect is currently used by nearly 500 customers in 40 countries in 30 different languages. Customers include:

  • The world’s largest ride-share company (to screen its drivers).
  • Federal agencies in Guatemala (funded by U.S. Dept. of State), Mexico, Peru, Colombia, Panama, Singapore, Czech Republic, and an Arabic-speaking agency.
  • Numerous local and state U.S. law enforcement agencies.
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In 2017 Converus released IdentityDetect, an additional innovative credibility assessment technology.

These technologies help protect countries, corporations and communities from corruption, crime and threats. Converus is headquartered in Lehi, Utah, USA.

Mission

Help organizations, government, and society create and maintain environments of honesty and safety.

Vision

Be the leading technology provider of credibility assessment solutions.

Products

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  • EyeDetect is the world’s first scientifically validated, scalable, nonintrusive lie detection technology that detects deception at 86-90% accuracy in 15-30 minutes by analyzing eye and other behaviors. It’s the first breakthrough in effectively uncovering lies since the polygraph was invented nearly 100 years ago.
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  • IdentityDetect is the first browser-based identity verification technology that accurately detects fake identities with a 91% accuracy in about 1-3 minutes by analyzing variations in the motor nervous system responses of examinees.