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Thursday, November 19, 2015

Detecting Emotion in Computing

From the BBC:   Reminds me of work done to understand how people react to product.   And a new kind of connection in an internet of things?

" ... That is the project Daniel McDuff has been working on at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Media Lab, where he is developing emotion-reading computers.

It could eventually lead to machines that have emotional intelligence, or even everyday objects that are able to empathise with our moods - a mirror that knows how you feel about the way you look, a fridge that can offer you food that matches your state of mind or a car that recognises when you are stressed. ... " 

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