Emotion


Facebook's negotiating bots learned their own language and how to lie

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This AI experiment comes out of a lab called Facebook Artificial Intelligence Research. The bots ran afoul of their Facebook overlords when they started to make up their own language to do things faster, not unlike the way football players have shorthand names for certain plays instead of taking the time in the huddle to describe where everyone should run. The bots ran afoul of their Facebook overlords when they started to make up their own language to do things faster. Outside of Facebook, other researchers have been working to help bots comprehend human emotions, another important factor in negotiations.


Emotional Intelligence Needs a Rewrite - Issue 51: Limits

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Our traditional understanding and practice of emotional intelligence badly needs a tuneup. Your brain may automatically make sense of someone's movements in context, allowing you to guess what a person is feeling, but you are always guessing, never detecting. To teach emotional intelligence in a modern fashion, we need to acknowledge this variation and make sure your brain is well-equipped to make sense of it automatically. A reasonable, science-backed way to define and practice emotional intelligence comes from a modern, neuroscientific view of brain function called construction: the observation that your brain creates all thoughts, emotions, and perceptions, automatically and on the fly, as needed.


The Role of Emotional Intelligence in AI

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For that reason, marketers are now turning to messaging platforms to improve communication channels for sales and customer service conversations. Companies like United Airlines, Pizza Hut, Denny's Diner, Focus Features, and Patrón, just to name a few, have implemented bots on social media to field customer service issues or help consumers seek information more quickly.


--gata Lapedriza: "There are emotion recognition apps with many positive uses"

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In particular, my thesis was on computer vision, which is the branch that attempts to simulate the human visual system: we try to make machines that can have visual perception, that can understand visual information, images and videos. At the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), in Boston, there is a very good scene recognition and interpretation group. As I said, the most advanced technology in relation to recognition of emotions is facial expression analysis. What we posit in this project is that although it is very good to analyse the expression of the face, which transmits a great deal of information, the context is fundamental to accurately understand people's emotional states.


Why Emotional Intelligence Is Far More Valuable Than Artificial Intelligence

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For that reason, marketers are now turning to messaging platforms to improve communication channels for sales and customer service conversations. Companies like United Airlines, Pizza Hut, Denny's Diner, Focus Features, and Patrón, just to name a few, have implemented bots on social media to field customer service issues or help consumers seek information more quickly.


Scientists are now using Wi-Fi to read human emotions

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Scientists at MIT are using Wi-Fi and AI to determine your emotional state. Without that tether, EQ Radio can't make assumptions about your heartbeat. The AI behind EQ Radio could figure out that you're stressed and cue the music without you even knowing you needed it. There's probably a pretty sizable market for parents as well – does your current router provide real-time EKG quality information about your sleeping newborn?


Emotion Artificial Intelligence will personalize interactions - Tech2

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Devices enriched with AI, depth-sensing and neurolinguistic-programming technologies are starting to process, analyze and respond to human emotions. They use the technological approaches of natural-language processing and natural-language understanding, but they don't currently perceive human emotions. Artificial emotional intelligence ("emotion AI") will change that. The next steps for these systems are to understand and respond to users' emotional states, and to appear more human-like, in order to enable more comfortable and natural interaction with users.


Artificial Emotional Intelligence For Web Browsing NVIDIA Blog

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The first public pilot UK-based Emotions.Tech's artificial emotional intelligence, launched in May, allows users to search according to how they want the results to make them feel. "We need that acceleration to keep up with the complexities of human emotion," Tero says. To do that, Emotions.Tech turned to GPU-powered deep learning to rank, list and search web pages according to their emotional content. They then use this data to train artificial neural networks.


The Relationship Between Emotional Intelligence And Parenting

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According to Research Digest, brain neurons that fire in harmony also foster emotional harmony, and when teens and parents have neural similarity, children are more emotionally well adjusted. According to an article in the Harvard Business Review, emotional intelligence among kids is critical. The article points to Yale, which offers coaching to students after they've taken tests gauging their emotional intelligence. Stanford offers college students an elective on interpersonal dynamics and self coaching, which teaches mindfulness and positive psychology.


Emotional Intelligence - Semantic Scholar

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Writing in the first century B.C., Publilius Syrus stated, "Rule your feelings, lest your feelings rule you" [1}. A second tradition views emotion as an organizing response because it adaptively focuses cognitive activities and subsequent action [6,7]. Rather than characterizing emotion as chaotic, haphazard, and something to outgrow, Leeper suggested that emotions are primarily motivating forces; they are "processes which arouse, sustain, and direct activity" [6, p. 17]. Modern theories of emotion also see it as directing cognitive activities adaptively [8,9].