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Mar 26 2018   7:16PM GMT

affective computing (emotion AI)

Kaitlin Herbert Kaitlin Herbert Profile: Kaitlin Herbert


Affective computing, also known as AC or emotion AI, is an area of study within cognitive computing and artificial intelligence that is concerned with gathering data from faces, voices and body language to measure and perhaps replicate human emotion. Continued…

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“Gartner predicts emotion AI systems are becoming so sophisticated that by 2022, our personal devices will know more about our emotional states than our own family.” – Bridget Botelho

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