Airports will add lie detector tests to their security . Several airports in Europe will start using lie detector machines that use intelligence. The machines are of a European Union project called i-BorderControl. The first machines will be tested this at borders in Hungary, Greece and Latvia. Travellers from outside the European Union will take the . They will look into a and answer questions from a virtual immigration . The computer-generated officer will change to be the same as the and language of the traveller.
The European Union said the border guard will scan passengers' faces and analyze their to find out if the is lying. A human will take over if the lie-detecting thinks a passenger is lying. Low-risk travellers will be asked about information, while higher-risk passengers will get more detailed . A psychology expert said the might not work. He said: "If you ask people to lie, they will do it and show very different [behaviour] than if they lie....This is a known in psychology."