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AI Helping Machines to Get Better at Understanding Emotions

Two thousand seventeen certainly was an emotional year for mankind. While homo sapiens continue to yell at Alexa and Siri, the actuality of people’s willingness to pursue virtual relationships over human ones is startling. In...

Emotional intelligence is the future of Artificial Intelligence – Fjord

The most successful artificial intelligence (AI) systems will be those comprising an emotional intelligence almost indistinguishable from human-to-human interaction, according to Bronwyn van der Merwe, group director at Fjord Australia and New Zealand --...

Here is how video game AI is changing the world

There are plenty of articles out on the internet talking about how 2017 will be the year of AI and how it will change the way in which we drive our cars, organize our...

Five Powerful Insights on Artificial Intelligence from AI World 2016

By: Aleisha McKeeby, Solutions Marketing Manager & Sr. Bots Evangelist, Kore We flew cross-country this week for full immersion into artificial intelligence, to network with great minds, and to share the Kore platform with thought-leaders...

Facebook moves to use AI to help police offensive content

Reuters reports that Facebook is developing a new machine learning program to help monitor feeds on Facebook Live for offensive material, part of an ongoing effort to use AI technology to weed out bad...

Facebook acquires emotion detection startup FacioMetrics

Facebook could one day build facial gesture controls for its app thanks to the acquisition of a Carnegie Mellon University spinoff company called FacioMetrics. The startup made an app called Intraface that could detect seven...

MIT Shows Emotions Can Be Detected Remotely

Emotions can be detected remotely using a device that emits wireless signals to help it measure heartbeat and breathing, say researchers at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. The new device, named “EQ-Radio,” is 87 percent accurate...

Startups Monitor Emotions to Optimize Consumer Value, Vehicle Safety, and Employee Performance

Many of the advances in internet of things (IoT)-based data gathering and analytics sound like Orwellian spying. And indeed, nearly every week brings new instances of devices streaming sensor measurements to a cloud-based server...

Affectiva and Uber talk about emotional intelligence and machine learning

Your phone doesn’t know how you’re feeling — but you may want it to if that capability came with a few fringe benefits. Affectiva makes emotion-detection software, and CEO Rana el Kaliouby was full...

Facebook Utilizes Emotional Data From Reactions

Facebook Reactions debuted as the ad tech industry looks more seriously at emotional analysis. Eventually, consumers will only see the ads they want to see when and where they want to see them. But for...

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