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SUMMARY: 32-year veteran of the San Francisco Police Dept. says making EyeDetect part of the hiring process is one of the innovations in recruitment.
August 15, 2022Jeff Pizzino
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SUMMARY: EyeDetect is the future of lie detection. It delivers quick, accurate results for the law enforcement hiring process.
August 2, 2022Jeff Pizzino
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By Madeline Miller, Guest Blogger - Remote working practices are becoming increasingly commonplace across all industries and all markets. Yet where it used to be that employees got a physical grounding within a company before being allowed to work remotely, companies are starting to hire “virtual” employees straight off the bat. ... Read More
July 29, 2022Ashley Mazerolle
Utah Business Magazine
Amid stiff competition in the commercial software category, EyeDetect+ — the world’s first automated polygraph — took first place at the 2022 Utah Innovation Awards program held June 30 at The Grand America Hotel in Salt Lake City.
July 26, 2022Jeff Pizzino
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SUMMARY: In 2017, Connecticut State and Federal Probation started a pilot program using EyeDetect with polygraph for sex offender tests. EyeDetect met COVID's social distancing requirements.
July 1, 2022Jeff Pizzino
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SUMMARY: Amid stiff competition in the commercial software category, EyeDetect+ — the world’s first automated polygraph — took first place at the 2022 Utah Innovation Awards program.
June 30, 2022Jeff Pizzino
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SUMMARY: There’s no end to potential use cases for EyeDetect. Tests could replace a urinalysis for drunk driving or weed out abusive clergy.
June 24, 2022Jeff Pizzino
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SUMMARY: Why the new EyeDetect lie detection technology fits in perfectly with the future of law enforcement.
May 25, 2022Jeff Pizzino
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By Dhina Clement, Marketing – Michael Henschel, a 70-year-old man was found guilty of taking properties from elderly people and those who do not speak English. He appeared as a charismatic guy who was trying to help those people sell their homes but in reality, he filed illegal fake deeds on ... Read More
May 10, 2022Tami Mickelsen
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SUMMARY: The rapid evolution and invention of new technology has changed how the world functions and is connected.
May 10, 2022Jeff Pizzino