How AI is catching people who cheat on their diets, job searches and school work
Obviously dishonesty should not be rewarded. But we should question now WHO gets to be the arbiter of honesty.
In Pennsylvania, Drexel University researchers are developing an app that can predict when dieters are likely to lapse on their eating regimen, based on the time of day, the user’s emotions — even the temperature of their skin and heart rate.
And in Denmark, University of Copenhagen professors say they can spot cheating on an academic essay with up to 90% accuracy.