LiarLiar is a voice stress analysis tool for Linux. Voice-stress analysis, an alternative to the polygraph as a method for lie detection, is already widely used in police and insurance fraud investigations. LiarLiar's main purpose is to detect stress in a person's voice. Higher stress levels can be an indication that the person is not being truthful. LiarLiar uses voice stress analysis techniques to attempt to quantify the amount of stress present in speech. LiarLiar is not a lie detector; however, many people will probably use it as such. Moreover, lie detection using voice stress analysis (VSA) techniques have come under much scrutiny as of late. More recent information and technical details about the software can be found in the forums.
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Features of LiarLiar include:
Changes in version 0.5.2: