Can a device read your mind?
To be accused of misinformation
Is the subject clean, and machine
Guilty of distorted imagination?
A psychological change
Assumes relation to the act of deceit
Not legally accepted
Human judgement is considered
A pleading man resists malicious observation
The electric chair misinterprets lies detected
A voluntarily accepted examination
His freedoms, rights, and privacy neglected
Could a dangerous toy be infallible?
An assembly in a state of suspense
Why should we account for its mistakes
And suffer the consequence?
A question of control
Will produce the fear of anxiety
Further abuse of security
We ignore implications for a free society
The slightest glitch proves fatal - if swallowed
Calculated emotions and expressions
Claims of accuracy diminish
Inconclusive evidence left to its discretion