The Internet of Emotions: Putting the person back into personalization

From mashable.com

In the near future, multiple devices equipped with facial, vocal and biometric sensors utilizing affective computing will be competing to analyze and influence our feelings. These capabilities may simply appear via firmware upgrades in products we already use. Apple, for instance, recently purchased Emotient, one of the leading companies focused on facial recognition utilizing artificial intelligence (AI). Soon you won’t need to prompt SIRI, but simply respond when “she” says, “Your expression seems sad — should I download Trainwreck from iTunes?”

Read the full article on Mashable

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