Topic: emotions

Professor develops facial recognition software that detects CEO emotions

Facial recognition can be used for things like capturing criminals, tagging photos on social media platforms, and figuring out if hospital patients are in pain. One professor thought that he could take this software development a step further, which is why he created facial recognition software to read CEOs’ minds. An assistant finance professor at … continue reading

Emotion tracking startup Affectiva launches SDK for mobile apps

Software tracks facial expressions to analyze user emotions, measuring advertising effectiveness … continue reading

The Trouble with Gerrold: The Last Temptation of Spock

Emotions have a logical use for humans, so naturally they have a logical use for artificial intelligence, too … continue reading Protection Status