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    01/14/2019
    AT CES, A.I. ROBOTS CAN READ YOUR EMOTIONS

    Originally published in GritDaily on January 12, 2019 Technology to help predict human emotions has been evolving over recent years and it only continues to grow more accurate. During my time…

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    01/10/2019
    CES 2019, US

    Neurodata Lab presents Customer Experience Management system at CES 2019, the world’s biggest show for consumer technologies, held on January 9-12, 2019. Read more about how it was in our special…

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    12/26/2018
    Neurodata Lab at CES 2019

    This January Neurodata Lab will be at CES 2019, the world’s main event for consumer technologies, where we will be presenting our Emotion AI-based solutions for CX Management and Robotics and IoT….

  • our client
    12/21/2018
    Machines Can Now Read Your Emotions

    Originally published in paymentsjournal.com on December 18, 2018 Machine learning can be used for a multitude of tasks in the payments industry. Things like fraud detection and customer retention are great examples….

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    12/21/2018
    How we analyzed emotions of Swiss politicians

    Originally published in Bazler Zeitung (in German) on December 5, 2018. For videos and diagrams please visit the original source. Suddenly Leuthard’s happiness jumped to 82.5 Which Federal Councillors seem happy or angry…

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    12/21/2018
    This is how computers analyze emotions

    Originally published in Tages Anzeiger (in German) on December 5, 2018. For videos and diagrams please visit the original source. It’s hard to overestimate emotions. Because we humans even perceive the most delicate…

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    12/20/2018
    How Emotion AI Can Transform Large-Scale Recruitment Processes

    Originally published at aibusiness.com on November 7, 2018 If you are reading this, then you have probably heard that AI, combined with robotics, is set to transform recruitment and talent acquisition….

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    12/20/2018
    Computer captures individual attention

    Originally published at Industry of Things (in German) on November 18, 2018 Facial expressions and gestures are important. But whether one person listens to another or not, cannot be understood from…

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