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Television report about LVA 6.50 in India, Gandhinagar

Amir Liberman on TedX

TEDxAmsterdam 2012 Amir Liberman - The Emotional Microscope


LVA on The Discovery Channel


LVA on National Geographic 

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Prof. Gusev Moscow University

Prof. Gosev from Moscow university talks about LVA technology (Russian)

LVA technology scientific review on Russian Television

January 2019

Television report about LVA 6.50 in India, Gandhinagar 

Voice Analysis System in FSL, Tv9 Gujarat - Gandhinagar.

Tv9 Gujarat TV show May, 2017


The Age of Emotional Machines - Amir Liberman Technion lecture

TCE - Technion Computer Engineering Center, Jun 23, 2014

Nemesysco's CEO spoke about emotion detection, emotion sensing devices and the next developments in the field of virtual personality, at the TCE2014 conference, on May 26. This year's TCE conference dealt with trends in signal & image processing. The lecture is available on the Technion YouTube channel.  


Nemesysco at the ABN AMRO Bank’s “Startup Friday”

ABN AMRO Innovation Center, 01 December, 2014

Amir presented Nemesysco and its solutions at the ” Startup Friday” event at the Dutch ABN AMRO Bank, discussing developments in Bio-metrics solutions for the finance arena. Watch (30:14 to 34:12)


TEDxAmsterdam 2012 Interview - Richard Lamb & Amir Liberman

TEDxAmsterdam, Dec, 2012

“… What we can do best is read and classify emotions, lead investigators to reveal the whole truth. Good bye “Lie detectors”, hello “Investigation focus tools”….”From our point of view it’s only the real emotions, never the fake ones to be evaluated… And so what is it that we offer today? We think of it as the microscope of emotion…”

Amir Liberman on TedX

TEDxAmsterdam 2012 Amir Liberman - The Emotional Microscope

 TEDxAmsterdam, Dec, 2012


French TV about Nemesysco's Fraud prevention in the UK

December 7, 2011

Watch this video by French TV, covering the use of LVA technology in the fraud prevention system in the UK. 


Lie Detector Equipment Roll Out on BBC NEWS UK

BBC NEWS UK, May 7, 2008

Fifteen councils across Britain are to be offered lie detectors to help catch out benefit cheats who cost taxpayers up to £400m a year.