• Young Minds in Science: Emotional ‘Illusion’ Contest

    Emotions are tricky. Surprisingly, they can be confusing not only for robots but for humans as well. Sometimes relying on the context can help, though even that can be manipulated….

  • Comparing Emotion Recognition Tech: Microsoft, Neurodata Lab, Amazon, Affectiva

    Automated emotion recognition has been with us for some time already. Ever since it entered the market, it has never stopped getting more accurate. Even tech giants joined the race…

  • How emotion-tracking A.I. will change computing as we know it

    With the exception of the occasional “Are you happy to continue with installation?” type pop-up message, computers haven’t classically cared much about how we feel. That’s all set to change…

  • Every beat counts. Comparing Remote Webcam Heart Rate Detector to Wearables

    First, a spoiler. Remote heart rate detection technology is as good as the coolest wearables. Good news, you can check it out for yourself on our demo portal. Now the…

  • Analyzing Emotion in Customer’s Voices: Rosbank and AI Startup Neurodata Lab

    Originally published in Voicebot.ai on March 4, 2019. Rosbank, a Russian universal bank, announced last week it was testing emotion recognition technology at its call center, with plans to deploy the…

  • Rosbank gauges customer emotion with Neurodata Lab

    Published in FinTech Futures on February 26, 2019 Rosbank, part of one of the biggest financial groups in the world Société Générale, is testing emotion recognition technology at the call center….

  • I know how you feel

    Originally published on Ponedelnikmag on January 16, 2019. Imagine a robot that can get your ironic joke and smile back — this is the future that the developers of AI-based…

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