Rajarathnam Chandramouli - Holmdel NJ,
Xiaoling Chen - Sugar Land TX,
Koduvayur P. Subbalakshmi - Holmdel NJ,
Rohan Perera - Philidelphia PA,
The Trustees of the Stevens Institute of Technology - Hoboken NJ
An apparatus and method for determining whether text is deceptive has a computer programmed with software that automatically analyzes text in digital form by at least one of statistical analysis of psycho-linguistic cues, IP geo-location, gender analysis, authorship analysis, and analysis to detect coded/camouflaged messages. The computer has truth data against which the text message can be compared and a graphical user interface. The computer may be connectable to the Internet and may obtain the text automatically. Speech-to-text software may be used to convert verbal messages to text for analysis. The system may be made available on a webpage, web service, on a computer or by a wireless device. The text may be emails, website content, tweets. In one embodiment, the system detects coded messages (FIG. ).