Sean Force and Nicholas Murray interview Merrik Saunders and Roberto Abazoski on the topic of lie detection methods and their uses, especially in the applications of the country's legal system. Should these methods be admissible in court, especially those that involves observing the brain for activation of certain areas in order to determine when the subjects are lying? Could this lead us down a road that we didn't intend, into a world where we can be punished for this we don't even do?
*Apologies ahead of time, they are both rather soft-spoken in the podcast.*