ASIS Hong Kong Chapter is organizing an online seminar about how technology can help detecting emotions through voice analysis. ACFE Hong Kong Chapter members can register free of charge. Please refer to the event flyer for details.
Layered Voice Analysis (LVA) monitors the uncontrolled parameters of the human voice that emerge when a person speaks. This Genuine Emotion Detection identifies the 151 micro markers within the words spoken.
It doesn’t matter how you speak (whether you are acting angry or calm) or what language you speak in, it is language agnostic and is indifferent to any expressed tonality. The technology only monitors how you genuinely feel in a certain situation.
LVA identifies the unique patterns in the human voice, patterns that we as persons have a difficulty to identify on our own. Through 25 years of research, the technology has learnt to identify and correlate with these key human emotions to show us what the other side really feels.
The LVA uses a set of 151 micro voice markers and uses algorithms that together can identify and scale profound emotions and logical states such as: Stress | Excitement | Hesitation | Confusion | Mental Effort | Concentration | Energy | Embarrassment | Arousal | Anger | Sadness | Happiness
James Ellender has worked in the risk, intelligence and security industries for over 20 years. Initially spending 12 years as a PIP accredited specialist detective in UK law enforcement, he developed an extensive understanding of the planning and execution of covert and conventional investigations. He also has experience in handling financial crime, narcotics cases, and counter-terrorism operations as well as holding a Masters of Science (Msc) in Risk, Crisis and Disaster Management from the University of Leicester.
Since 2012, he has been assisting governments, multi-national organisations and individual clients on a case-by-case basis. Most recently, he helped develop behavioural analysis techniques for the 2022 FIFA World Cup security team.
He also regularly delivers corporate training and public speaking engagements in the areas of behavioural detection, the science of interviewing, corporate security awareness, risk mitigation and crisis management.
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By Dr Dave Brooks
Research Committee Chair
ASIS FOUNDATION BOARD OF TRUSTEES
July 7, 2022 Thursday
10:00 - 11:30 Hong Kong Time (GMT +8)
*please allow 15 minutes to set up your computer.
Online Zoom Meeting: joining instruction will be sent upon successful registration
ASIS members and friendly association members
(OSAC / ACSG / BCI / ACFE / HKSA / IPSA / APSA / CSI)
HK$ 0.00 (Free of charge)
One (1) CPE Point(s)
· Participants must remain in the meeting for at least 45 minutes.
· Participants who require “Certificate of Attendance” shall email firstname.lastname@example.org with your full name within 1 calendar week from the event date.
· Participants are responsible for their own reporting.
Please register by submit email to email@example.com with subject:
“ASIS HK Event 2022 Jul 7“
1. Members: provide your name (e.g.: Peter Chan), organization (e.g.: ASIS), and membership ID.
2. Non-Member: provide your name and payment proof.
*Reservations are handled on a first come first served basis
*No refunds will be catered unless the event is cancelled by ASIS
*If the event has to be rescheduled due to unforeseen circumstances, you will be informed 24 hours in advance, via e-mail.
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