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Q: How is the cultivation of impact-aware, ethical, sensitive research in AI going? A: The Liar's Walk: Detecting Deception with Gait and Gesture
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Jack Clark Dec 18
Replying to @jackclarkSF
I'd feel a lot better about this paper if it discussed _how this technology could be used_, aside from blandly asserting we "need to be able to automatically detect such behaviors in public areas (airports, train stations, shopping malls)"
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Jack Clark Dec 18
Replying to @jackclarkSF
It also mines a load of literature to come up with hallmarks of 'deceptive' gaits, then the students create a dataset of people asked to model these deceptive/non-deceptive gaits. It's hard to see how this dataset could be useful. Ideally, your data depicts... actual deception!
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Jack Clark Dec 23
Replying to @jackclarkSF
The authors have updated the paper from v1 (published December 14th) to v2 (published December 20th), with a greater discussion of limitations
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Olivia Solon Dec 18
Is this some sort of troll paper?
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Jack Clark Dec 18
My gut says it's real and likely just a sign of how bad academic publishing incentives are
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Sam Gregory Dec 18
Replying to @jackclarkSF
Oh ffs
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Jack Clark Dec 18
Replying to @SamGregory
Pretty deceptive response. Expect a knock at the door shortly.
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The Old Man In The Cave Dec 18
Replying to @jackclarkSF
Clearly we're going to need richer data. Send in the Kirlian photographers!
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Jack Clark Dec 18
Replying to @scottlegrand
I'd never heard this term before - a marvelous word!
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🦕This trilobite would like to NOT go extinct🦖🦣 Dec 19
Replying to @jackclarkSF
Has someone told them that gait is affected by fatigue, pain, tight muscles from sitting long hours at an office job, shoe type, shoe sole type, and the type of surface that you're walking on?
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Big Square Trainer Dec 19
Replying to @Lilysea @jackclarkSF
My shoulder impingement is definitely the result of all of the lying I do all of the time. Just groundbreaking, sensible stuff here.
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