Embodied Conversational Agent-Based Deception Detection: Concealed Information Test using Automated Electrodermal, Vocal, and Oculmentric Measurements
An Embodied Conversational Agent-based human deception detection system was tested in a laboratory experiment during which some subjects had committed a mock crime and had guilty knowledge of that crime. Sensor signals were analyzed for their ability to discriminate between guilty/deceptive and innocent/truthful examinees and suitability for conducting automated agent-based deception interviews. Electrodermal activity confirmed the presence of arousal during the agent-based interviews.
Elkins, A. C., Proudfoot, J. G., Twyman, N. W., Burgoon, J. K., & Nunamaker, J. F. (2018). Embodied Conversational Agent-Based Deception Detection: Concealed Information Test using Automated Electrodermal, Vocal, and Oculmentric Measurements. Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems, 16, pp. 294-307. Springer.
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2016 SAI Intelligent Systems Conference, IntelliSys 2016 (2016: Sep. 21-22, London, UK)
Business and Information Technology
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Agent-based deception interviewing; Credibility assessment; Deception detection; Human risk assessment
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01 Sep 2018
This research was supported by the U.S. Department of Homeland (DHS) Security and the Center for Identification Technology Research (CITeR), a National Science Foundation I/UCRC.