- It was trained to recognize five expressions that indicate someone is lying
- These are frowning, raised eyebrows, lips turning up, lips protruded and head tilt
- In a final test, the system performed with 92% accuracy
- The researchers describe this performance as ‘significantly better’ than humans, more …
Opinion: On September 13, 2017 European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker laid out his vision for a more unified and politically-accountable European Union after Brexit.
“Europe would function better if we were to merge the presidents of the European Commission and the European Council,” Juncker said, adding: “Europe would be easier to understand if one captain was steering the ship. Having a single president would better reflect the true nature of our European Union as both a union of states and a union of citizens.”
To the secular EU leaders, Juncker’s statement was dismissed as a possible power-play.
To Bible prophecy students, Juncker’s statement was a hair-raising prelude to the ‘Little Horn’ from Daniel 7:8.
Future Court Room – post Rapture (1 Thess. 4:16-18):
Prosecution: Do you swear allegiance to the supreme leader of the federation?
John Q. Citizen: I do swear my full and complete allegiance to our leader.
While the defendant is speaking, the AI computer recognizes the five micro-expressions: frowning, eyebrows raising, lip corners turning up, lips protruded and head side turn, that indicate that the defendant is lying.
There is no need for a defense – the penalty is death.