Adventures in Building Emotional Intelligence Technologies

author: Rosalind W. Picard, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MIT
published: Aug. 23, 2017,   recorded: February 2017,   views: 12
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Years ago, I set ou to create technology with emotional intelligence, demonstrating the ability to sense, recognize, and respond intelligently to human emotion. At MIT we designed studies, gathered data, and developed signal processing and machine learning techniques to see what insights could be reliably obtained. In this talk I will highlight the most surprising findings during this adventure. These include new insights about the “true smile of happiness,” discovering new ways cameras (and your smartphone, even in your handbag) can compute you biosignals, finding electrical signals on the wrist that reveal insight into deep brain activity, and learning surprising implications of wearable sensing for autism, anxiety, sleep, memory, epilepsy an more. What is the biggest challenge for AI to solve next?

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