Lie detectors equipped with artificial intelligence are set to be tested at border points in Europe as part of an EU-funded project to combat crime and terrorism.
Travellers will be asked to upload pictures of their passport, visa and proof of funds, and will then use a webcam to answer questions such as « what is in your suitcase » from a computer-animated border guard.
The €4.5m project, called iBorderCtrl, will be tested at the borders of Hungary, Latvia and Greece for six months. The aim of the project is to speed up traffic at the EU’s external borders.
The UK, Spain, Poland, Germany and Cyprus also plans to participate in the project following initial trials.
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Source : Telegraph