Jay Nunamaker: Software Dev Increases Human Communications





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Professor Nunamaker is a Regents Professor, holds the Soldwedel Chair of Management Information Systems, is the Director of the Center for Management of Information (CMI) at the Eller College of Management. Using software modules, Dr. Nunamaker has devised a specialized computer language to allow computer technology to tap into human thinking and behavior and to apply this to software programs that allow meeting participants to express ideas, feelings and thoughts freely and without recrimination, all the while guiding the process for which the meeting was called to fruitful conclusions. Using his software system through Decision Making Laboratories, meetings now become organized, productive, thoughtful and culminate in actionable items in record time. In addition, Dr. Nunamaker has recently turned his attention to the use of specially developed software-hardware systems to detect deception in interrogation settings. Using scientifically based analysis of human behavior, his Deception Detection program detects lying using remote measurements of psychophysiological changes in blood pressure, pulse rate, eye gaze, body language, other parameters that predict deception at a very high level of confidence.

Jay Nunamaker, PhD, Regents Professor of Management Information Systems, Eller School of Management. Innovation Day at The UA celebrates technology development and commercialization by highlighting the research achievements of students, staff and faculty.The Technology Innovation Awards recognize University of Arizona researchers for achievements in translating original ideas from the laboratory to the marketplace.

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