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Should This Exist – Affectiva
What if your computer had an “emotion chip” – AI that could read the expression on your face (or the tone in your voice) and know how you’re feeling? This is the question Rana El-Kaliouby asked when she built an AI tool that examines every micro-muscle in the human face to detect universal emotions – happiness, fear, grief, disgust. Through her company Affectiva, Rana wants to make technology more human. But in the wrong hands, could this emotion-reading engine take advantage of us at our most vulnerable moments? What might happen?
artificialintelligence  emotions 
3 days ago by jorgebarba
Amazon's Echo May Be Able to Read Your Emotions - The Atlantic
Alexa Wants to Know How You’re Feeling Today

Amazon has patented technology that would allow its devices to read your emotional and physical state, and sell advertisements based on them. Are we entering the era of the mood-targeted ad?
internetofthings  computing  advertising  personalization  emotions  privacy  atlantic  amazon 
october 2018 by jorgebarba
Silicon Valley Thinks Everyone Feels the Same Six Emotions
From Alexa to self-driving cars, emotion-detecting technologies are becoming ubiquitous—but they rely on out-of-date science
artificialintelligence  emotions  Psychology 
october 2018 by jorgebarba
Silicon Valley thinks everyone feels the same six emotions — Quartz
By building a world filled with gadgets and surveillance systems that take this model as gospel, this obsolete view of emotion could end up becoming a self-fulfilling prophecy, as a vast range of human expressions around the world is forced into a narrow set of definable, machine-readable boxes.
emotions  artificialintelligence 
september 2018 by jorgebarba
Emotional intelligence and how emotions are 'made' | WIRED UK
Professor Lisa Feldman Barrett is changing the way we think about our emotions
emotions  Psychology  interview  wired 
august 2018 by jorgebarba
Can emotion-regulating tech translate across cultures? | Aeon Essays
Artificial intelligence promises ever more control over the highs and lows of our emotions. Uneasy? Perhaps you should be
emotions  artificialintelligence  aeonmagazine 
july 2018 by jorgebarba
Try these two smart techniques to help you master your emotions |
By more clearly identifying our feelings or by recategorizing them, we can reduce suffering (yes!) and increase well-being, says neuroscientist Lisa Feldman Barrett.
ted  emotions  Cognition  Neuroscience 
june 2018 by jorgebarba
Software That Reads Emotions Could Be Used to Catch Criminals Before They Act
A firm has created facial recognition software that works together with surveillance cameras to identify emotions on faces. This may allow for real time crime prevention as violent facial expressions are recognized.
emotions  artificialintelligence  surveillance 
may 2018 by jorgebarba
Researchers Have Created an AI That Could Read and React to Emotions
University of Cambridge researchers have developed an AI algorithm that can assess how much pain a sheep is in by reading its facial expressions. This system can facilitate the early detection of painful conditions in livestock, and eventually, it could be used as the basis for AIs that read emotions on human faces.
emotions  artificialintelligence 
may 2018 by jorgebarba
On Affective Computing: Past Imperfect, Future Impactful
Science and business of emotional computing is a fast-growing multi-billion-dollar industry. The field plagued with ethical and privacy issues has a sordid past and a promising future. Affective Computing, a recently coined term will disrupt many industries including Smartphones, Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Security, Health Care as well as Virtual Reality (VR) and Robotics industries in a dramatic way over the next decade. There is a coterie of startups that will help lead the way.
artificialintelligence  emotions 
april 2018 by jorgebarba
Should emotions be taught in schools? |
Our unresolved, unacknowledged feelings can lead us into anxiety, arguments and worse. Some educators believe it’s time to give our kids emotional instruction along with their ABCs.
emotions  education  futureofeducation  work  futureofwork  ted 
march 2018 by jorgebarba
Welcome To The Emotion Economy, Where AI Responds To—And Predicts—Your
Technology is quickly gaining the ability to understand–and anticipate–human emotions. What happens when AI knows what you need before you do?
emotions  artificialintelligence  FastCompany 
february 2018 by jorgebarba
Emotion AI Will Personalize Interactions
Thanks to AI your smart fridge will tell how you feel and suggest foods that match your emotion.
emotions  artificialintelligence 
january 2018 by jorgebarba
AI Is Working To Make Moviegoers More Emotional
An AI algorithm can predict which parts of a film will generate the greatest emotional responses in audiences
artificialintelligence  emotions  Storytelling  filmmaking  movies  psfk 
january 2018 by jorgebarba
How to Build an Empathetic Robot - Scientific American
Before we can share our lives with machines, we must teach them to understand and mimic human emotion
emotions  artificialintelligence  howto  robots  robotics  sciam 
december 2017 by jorgebarba
We Know How You Feel | The New Yorker
Computers are learning to read emotion, and the business world can’t wait.
artificialintelligence  emotions  newyorker 
december 2017 by jorgebarba
Should emotions be taught in schools? |
Our unresolved, unacknowledged feelings can lead us into anxiety, arguments and worse. Some educators believe it’s time to give our kids emotional instruction along with their ABCs.
education  futureofeducation  work  futureofwork  ted  emotions 
march 2017 by jorgebarba
A Map Of How Emotions Influence Our Lives, Commissioned By The Dalai Lama | Co.Design | business + design
When the Dalai Lama teams up with a top psychologist, who teams up a top data viz firm, you get the Atlas of Emotions.
emotions  psychology  happiness  fastcodesign 
may 2016 by jorgebarba
Fascinating research: Your phone vs. your heart via @NYTimes #psychology #emotions
from  twitter  emotions  psychology 
april 2013 by jorgebarba

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