In doing so, we comply in full with applicable legislation governing privacy and personal information processing, including the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679, Florida Information Protection Act of 2014 (FIPA), and California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA).
We also use facial video recordings of individuals to improve our emotion recognition software.
We obtain said data from proprietary datasets of video recordings collected over the course of several years with the individuals’ full consent, open research databases, and data collected and annotated within the framework of the Emotion Miner platform that is publicly available or recorded upon the individuals’ informed consent.
We may also obtain such information from our business partners to improve our software, to be used further exclusively within the infrastructure of respective partners.
Such data is processed automatically in an anonymized format only with all faces depersonalized. Such data has no connection with and cannot be used to identify any particular individual.
Neurodatalab LLC does not collect or process any kind of biometric data (i.e. information of the individual’s physical, physiological etc. characteristics) or other sensitive personal information (including race, religious beliefs, sexual orientation etc.).