Jeff Pizzino, APR
November 11, 2019Jeff Pizzino, APR
November 2, 2019Jeff Pizzino, APR
Instead of connecting polygraph cables and sensors to individuals to detect deception, now Norway government and law enforcement agencies can use a new lie detector that can look into a person’s eyes to reveal lies with a 90 percent accuracy in 15 minutes. This new technology, EyeDetect by Converus, recently ...
October 28, 2019Jeff Pizzino, APR
Converus “EyeDetect for Investigations” was 1 of 10 innovations announced Oct. 10 as winners in the 17th annual Utah Innovation Awards at the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center in Salt Lake City. EyeDetect placed first in the “Enterprise Software, Cloud and Big Data” category. More than 300 attended this event.
October 11, 2019Jeff Pizzino, APR
October 7, 2019Jeff Pizzino, APR
Naga College Foundation (NCF) is the first collegiate institution in the Philippines to acquire Converus EyeDetect — a new computer-based lie detection technology that uses the eye behavior to detect deception. EyeDetect will be used as part of its criminology program.
September 24, 2019Jeff Pizzino, APR
September 6, 2019Jeff Pizzino, APR
Beginning today, U.S.-based public safety agencies can receive free and unlimited assistance in applying for grant money via PoliceGrantsHelp.com to help acquire the latest lie detection technology called EyeDetect by Converus.
August 16, 2019Jeff Pizzino, APR
Converus (“with truth”) provides scientifically validated credibility assessment technologies that help protect countries, corporations and communities from corruption, crime and threats.