Using EEG and Machine Learning to Perform Lie Detection

A session at Developer Week 2017

Monday 26th June, 2017

9:00am to 10:00am (CET)

Using an EPOC headset from Emotiv, I have captured 14 channels of EEG (brain waves) while subjects lied and answered truthfully to a series of questions. I fed this labelled dataset into Azure Machine Learning to build a classifier which predicts whether a subject is telling the truth or lying. In this session, I will share my results on this “lie detector” experiment. I will show my machine learning model, data cleaning process, and results, along with discussing the limitations of my approach and next steps/resources. Attendees will gain exposure to the Emotiv EPOC headset and Azure Machine Learning.

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Jennifer Marsman

I'm a geekette who enjoys playing with new technology for software developers. I work as a Developer Evangelist for Microsoft. bio from Twitter

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