Microsoft Launches Service That Can Read Emotions From Photos

Microsoft has updated its Project Oxford service to include the ability to determine emotions from photos. By Tyler MacDonald | Nov 12, 2015 03:37 AM EST Microsoft’s emotion reading software could give businesses a new way to gauge consumer reactions to their commercials and products. (Photo : Twitter/TheMarySue) Microsoft launched a feature for its Project Oxford website on Wednesday that can determine what you’re feeling using artificial intelligence and facial recognition, according to Quartz. The technology works by breaking your face down into eight emotional states, each rated from a scale of zero to one, with zero meaning you’re not feeling that emotion at all and one meaning you’re feeling the emotion 100 percent. Project Oxford is an ongoing set of online services that are designed to help developers integrate the…

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