What if computers could tell the difference between a smile and a smirk? Computer scientist and facial expression recognition researcher Rana el Kaliouby hoped to answer this question at the eighth annual Technology Fair at California State University, Northridge on May 1. CSUN hosts the technology fair to help familiarize faculty and staff with new technology trends in higher education. "These devices have very high IQs, but technology is still missing the emotional component," el Kaliouby said. "Getting devices to have emotional intelligence could be particularly useful in education." Using artificial intelligence (AI) in education could benefit students because the software could be adapted to each student's needs, el Kaliouby said.
May-7-2018, 21:06:11 GMT