Bulgarians, Israelis Develop Lie Detector for Internet Calls

Business | January 8, 2007, Monday // 00:00

Bulgarians and Israelis developed a special software that can detect lies on voice talks vie the Internet.

Zvi Marom, CEO of BATM, the company that developed the product, said the KishKish Lie Detector is an innovative and unique software product which analyses audio streams over Internet calls in real time and illustrates the stress levels of the other person during the conversation.

The KishKish unit's Lie Detector has been chosen by Internet communications company Skype as a premium add-on for its customers.

The Lie Detector is the latest in a series of products, which Kishkish has designed to enhance the Skype experience.

Developers have used the speech of former US President Bill Clinton, speaking of his relationship with his assistant Monica Lewinsky, to test their product.

Developers from the Bulgarian branch of the company have had a great contribution to the developing of the software.

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