Who is Amir Liberman?
Amir Liberman is a pioneer researcher in the field of “forensic voice analysis,” using unique research techniques to the world of traditional phonetics. Amir was the first to identify the 3 basic sensations in the human voice: excitement (positive), stress (negative) and uncertainty (cognitive stress). Amir began his research in 1996 in response to a terror attack that took the life of 3 young mothers in Israel. His original intention was to build the “ultimate lie detector” based on plurality of techniques, but he changed his research scope to explore unique properties of the voice identified in his preliminary study. Amir has published two voice-related patents (1998 and 1999), leading the way to the development of the first computerized emotion detector.
Amir formed Nemesysco, Ltd. in April of 2000 where he invests all his efforts in fine-tuning the LVA technology for home-land security, fraud prevention, call centers utilities and CRM appliances.
Why should you listen to him?
As a pioneer in the development of the first computerized emotion detector, Amir Liberman is now applying his technology in call centers and insurance companies worldwide – but what can it teach us about TED talks?
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See and learn more about the work of Amir Liberman, visit the website www.nemesysco.com.