By Sean Dame, Marketing — The amount of taxes paid per year by most Americans is 10–39 percent of their income. Is it any surprise that Americans’ emotions toward paying taxes are not always pleasant? In some respects, however, taxes aren’t such a bad thing since they help pay for things ...
August 21, 2015WebKeeper
By Ross Watts, Marketing — Does lie detection infringe too much on job applicants’ rights? Many employers wish they could put applicants to the test determining if they’ve ever been involved in criminal activity such as drugs, sexual crimes, theft, etc. With some companies, asking such in-depth questions might breach the ...
August 11, 2015WebKeeper
By Jared Nielsen, Marketing — Politicians over the years have developed a reputation for occasionally lying. This problem has led to the creation of websites solely dedicated to fact checking politicians’ claims—websites such as factcheck.org and politifact.com come to mind. While these websites can crosscheck claims for validity, they can’t crosscheck ...
August 3, 2015WebKeeper
By David Hales, Marketing — In the work place, is it surprising that managers face—among many problems—the issue of race discrimination? Not only can race discrimination arise during the regular day to day operations, but it usually begins in interviews with job applicants. When screening future employees, companies seek to determine ...
July 29, 2015WebKeeper
By Brandon Peterson, Marketing — Is the US government putting our hard-earned money to good use? Federal programs have been used for many years in an effort to best use taxpayers’ money. One of these programs is the food stamp program, also known as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), which ...
July 23, 2015WebKeeper
By Russ Warner, VP Marketing & Operations – Life is full of ripples; our actions affect each other, whether for good or ill. When one person acts selfishly, there is always a ripple effect. It gets paid forward. The ripple effect of government corruption can be far reaching. A government officer stealing millions ...
July 11, 2014WebKeeper
After announcing the release of EyeDetect in April — the first new, viable lie detection technology since John Augustus Larson invented the modern-day polygraph in 1921 — Converus has received queries worldwide. To help manage this technology start-up’s initial growth phase, two seasoned veterans were added to its executive team this ...
July 7, 2014WebKeeper
A U.S.-based company says it has discovered how to not just open the window to the soul via one’s eyes, but also accurately determine whether or not that soul is lying. For years, “polygraph” and “lie detector” have been synonymous. That’s because since 1939 the FBI has been using the polygraph ...
April 8, 2014WebKeeper
Lehi-based Lie Detecting Technology Company Converus Will Join Utah’s Executive Trade Mission to Mexico
Utah Governor Gary R. Herbert will lead an executive trade mission to Mexico April 7-10. The Governor’s Office of Economic Development has invited technology start-up Converus to join the delegation and to present during the events scheduled in Mexico City April 7 and 8. The goal of this trade mission ...
April 8, 2014WebKeeper
Converus (“with truth”) provides scientifically validated credibility assessment technologies that help protect countries, corporations and communities from corruption, crime and threats.