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Inner Revolutionary Radio

Inner Revolutionary Radio

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July 20th 2017:How Can Technology Support an Inner Revolution? A Look Into the Future of Artificial Intelligence and Other Technological Trends with Co-Hosts Todd Benton and Helen Hillix

Imagine that your phone or tablet can detect your emotions in real time. This isn’t some far off fantasy. Already, researchers at MIT’s Media Lab have taught the eyes in our machines to detect human emotions. As we look at the screen, the screen can watch us – where we look and how we react. And they have developed software so aware of subtle human emotions that they say it can detect if someone is depressed. Currently, it can identify about two dozen different emotions. One application already being demonstrated is that, as we are reading, the “eye” can determine if we’re are engaged or perpl

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Elliott Hedman

Elliott builds great experiences by helping organizations understand the emotions of their customers. He earned his PhD at the MIT Media Lab using psychophysiological sensors to measure emotions in a new, objective way. Previously, Elliott worked at IDEO as a design researcher where he learned how to combine sensors, design, and emotions together. Today, he runs mPath, a design consulting firm. Elliott has had the privilege of designing a vast range of emotions, from the excitement of using Google, to audience engagement of the Blue Man Group, to customer’s confidence at Lowe’s Home Improvement, to the anxiety of children with Autism in therapy. By looking at the minute, detailed experienc
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2224/inner-revolutionary-radio 26/10/2017 03:00 26/10/2017 04:00 Inner Revolutionary Radio https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2224/inner-revolutionary-radio Imagine that your phone or tablet can detect your emotions in real time. This isn’t some far off fantasy. Already, researchers at MIT’s Media Lab have taught the eyes in our machines to detect human emotions. As we look at the screen, the screen can watch us – where we look and how we react. And they have developed software so aware of subtle human emotions that they say it can detect if someone is depressed. Currently, it can identify about two dozen different emotions. One application already being demonstrated is that, as we are reading, the “eye” can determine if we’re are engaged or perplexed with a passage of text. Since this is in real time, the software can apply it to what we’ve viewing. Let’s say we’re reading a book and our expression shows that we are struggling with a particular word. The text could then show a definition. With these expanding capabilities, could our devices become our digital counselors, supporting us to stop and reflect? Tune in to find out! VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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