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Opinion Analysis of Text using Plutchik - Sergei Sokolenko - Medium
I got inspired to write this blog by a post I saw today on the French presidential election. Plutchik is really the strongest framework I know for sentiment analysis that goes beyond pedestrian positive/negative classification of sentiment. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  analysis  classification  emotion  language  natural  nlp  parsing  sentiment  text 
2 days ago by ChristopherA
Dissociation of sensibility
Via Warhaft intro to Francis Bacon
"Dissociation of sensibility is a literary term first used by T. S. Eliot in his essay “The Metaphysical Poets”. It refers to the way in which intellectual thought was separated from the experience of feeling in seventeenth century poetry."
Wikipedia  literature  thought  feelings  emotion 
2 days ago by pierredv
Emotional AI, soft biometrics and the surveillance of emotional life: An unusual consensus on privacy - Andrew McStay, 2020
By the early 2020s, emotional artificial intelligence (emotional AI) will become increasingly present in everyday objects and practices such as assistants, cars, games, mobile phones, wearables, toys, marketing, insurance, policing, education and border controls. There is also keen interest in using these technologies to regulate and optimize the emotional experiences of spaces, such as workplaces, hospitals, prisons, classrooms, travel infrastructures, restaurants, retail and chain stores. Developers frequently claim that their applications do not identify people. Taking the claim at face value, this paper asks, what are the privacy implications of emotional AI practices that do not identify individuals? To investigate privacy perspectives on soft non-identifying emotional AI, the paper draws upon the following: over 100 interviews with the emotion detection industry, legal community, policy-makers, regulators and NGOs interested in privacy; a workshop with stakeholders to design ethical codes for using data about emotions; a UK survey of 2068 citizens on feelings about emotion capture technologies. It finds a weak consensus among social stakeholders on the need for privacy, this driven by different interests and motivations. Given this weak consensus, it concludes that there exists a limited window of opportunity to societally agree principles of practice regarding privacy and the use of data about emotions.
artificial_intelligence  emotion  affect  privacy 
5 days ago by shannon_mattern
Two things can be true at once.
> Two diametrically opposed perspectives of the world. And both were both true.
khe-hy  coronavirus  parenting  emotion 
20 days ago by jasdev

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