Nemesysco, an Israeli technology, analyzes the human voice and spots different emotions as they are reflected through voice patterns.
The technology was presented last week at the Israel Defense Exhibition (ISDEF) 2013 which was held in Tel Aviv.
Amir Liberman, founder and CEO of Nemesysco, told Arutz Sheva that the voice analysis is used “for various purposes, starting from very intensive security investigative needs, to human resource screening, lawful interception and even for commercial purposes such as fraud prevention and insurance risk assessment for credit cards.”
The technology, he explained, deals with “the uncontrolled layer in the human voice. Uncontrolled means that we strip out everything that has to do with the words and the intonation. All we care about is how your brain interferes with the generation of the voice.”