Will AI Teach Us How to Be More Emotionally Smart?
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There is a lot of discussion about artificial intelligence (AI) and its impact on the world. Some people are optimistic about the possibilities, while others are worried about the implications. However, one thing that is often overlooked is the impact of AI on our emotional intelligence (EI).
We’re all used to the idea that we can get smarter with the help of AI. But what about becoming emotionally smarter?
That’s where Affectiva comes in. Affectiva is a machine-learning company that uses AI to read and interpret facial expressions. The company was founded in 2009 by Rana el Kaliouby, who was motivated to find a way to help autistic children better understand and express their emotions. The company’s technology is now used by more than 1,500 brands and agencies to measure and understand emotional engagement with their ads, products, and services.
Affectiva’s technology is based on the idea that emotions are expressed through our facial expressions. The company’s software can interpret the emotions expressed in a person’s facial expressions in real-time. This information can be used to measure the emotional response to content, products, or services.
Affectiva has developed a large database of facial expressions that are associated with different emotions. This database is used to train the company’s machine-learning algorithms. The algorithms can then identify the emotions expressed in a person’s facial expressions in real-time.
Affectiva’s technology can be used to measure a wide range of emotions, including happiness, sadness, anger, surprise, and disgust. The company can also measure the intensity of these emotions. Affectiva’s technology can also be used to measure the emotional response to content, products, or services.
Affectiva’s technology has been used to measure the emotional response to content on a wide range of platforms, including TV, online video, and social media. The company has also worked with brands and agencies to measure the emotional response to ads, products…