Keeley Crockett (MMU) gave a key note talk entitled “Automated Deception Detection for EU Borders’” at the British Academy / Goldsmiths Sponsored Event at Manchester Metropolitan University on 31st March 2017.  Keeley Crockett , a Reader in Computational Intelligence and Chair of IEEE Women in Engineering in the United Kingdom and Ireland and currently part of iBorderCtrl team presented the innovative, patented technology (Silent Talker) developed at Manchester Metropolitan University, based on physiological profiling with artificial intelligence to be used to detect deception from individuals as they complete Advanced Passenger Information before they travel.

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Date: Friday, March 31, 2017