Category Archives: Nemesysco and the LVA-technology

LVA-technology and Nemesysco’s official statement

Two documents relating to the ongoing debate on Nemesysco’s technology and its validity: The first is a contribution to the discussion of technical aspects behind the technology, “LVA-technology: A short analysis of a lie”. I discuss the shortcomings of the … Continue reading

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LVA-technology: Can authorities afford the bluff?

Combating fraud with fiction To combat fraud, authorities and insurance companies in the UK invested public funds in voice-based lie-detectors to discourage the public from entering false claims[i]. The deterrent effect was significant and there were substantial savings as the … Continue reading

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Charlatanry in forensic speech science: A problem to be taken seriously

Karin Bojs skriver i dagens DN:s nätupplaga (http://www.dn.se/DNet/jsp/polopoly.jsp?d=597&a=868300) om Anders Erikssons och min artikel ”Charlatanry in forensic speech science: A problem to be taken seriously”. I vår artikel analyserar vi principerna på vilka Nemesisco:s (http://www.nemesysco.com) bygger sin ”Voice Analysis Technology” och … Continue reading

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