Artificial intelligence assistants are starting to understand our emotions

Affectiva’s technology helps AI assistants embedded in chatbots and driverless cars to understand how you are feelingHumans are already forming relationships with their artificial intelligence (AI) assistants, so we should make that technology as emotionally aware as possible by teaching it to respond to our feelings. That is the premise of Rana el Kaliouby, cofounder and CEO of Affectiva, an MIT spinout company that sells emotion recognition technology based on her computer science PhD, which she spent building the first ever computer that can recognise emotions. Affectiva cofounder and CEO Rana el Kaliouby © TED blogThe machine learning-based software uses a camera or webcam to identify parts of human faces (eyebrows, the corners of eyes, etc), classify expressions and map them onto emotions like joy, disgust, surprise, anger, and so on, in…


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