X13-VSA Voice Lie Detector
X13-VSA Voice Lie Detector provides you with a computerized voice polygraph. Or does it? The fact is that this software is nowhere to be found, unless you are willing to dig deep in your pockets. The only graphical demonstration of its abilities resides in a few low-res sample images that can be found on the developers rather quirky website.
X13-VSA Voice Lie Detector brags about being the no.1 voice stress analyzer... in the world. Now that’s a tad cocky, isn’t it? Anyway, due to the complete lack of tangible facts, you would probably read the brochure it offers. But that may take a few minutes of your time and since time is money, here is a brief summary of what you can read in the PDF document.
As we all know, torture was the main method of detecting lies back in ancient times and although new technologies have been developed, it still is used on a vast scale. X13-VSA Voice Lie Detector, presumptively, relies on the former PSE (Psychological Stress Evaluator) method used in the Vietnam War by US military troops to tell whether the captured prisoners are simple civilians or not.
The newer version of the PSE is the CVSA (Computer Voice Stress Analyzer) and they say that its results are truly remarkable, with staggering accuracy percentages higher than 90% and even reaching 98%. By this time, the author goes nowhere near the actual software. In fact, the application is not described in any way and it still is a mystery by the end of the brochure.
Considered pseudoscience by many members of the scientific community, polygraphy is only legally utilized in less countries that you might think. The truth is that it is only used as evidence in the courtroom in a handful of US states and a very short list of countries in the world.
The bottomline of the document is that you can turn your computer or laptop (as if the laptop is not a computer in the first place) into a truth verification device. You can simply use your integrated lie detector, aka common sense with a varying amount of intuition, and have a laugh at this non-sense of a software. The second option is to ignore every single thing you’ve read and go ahead and get it.