Toward A More Emotionally Astute Machine

Toward A More Emotionally Astute Machine
Read this great story in The New York Times today by CommonHealth contributor Karen Weintraub on the future of affective programming, or teaching machines to read facial expressions and emotions. Here's the lede: In a Cairo school basement, two dozen …
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Researchers compare grief emotions to pinball machine
You've probably heard of the "stages of grief" which include denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. This model was first described by the influential late psychiatrist Elisabeth Kübler-Ross. A recent article builds on her "stages" model …

Preview: The highly emotional Fiona Apple plays her first Pittsburgh show in
Then, her third album, "Extraordinary Machine," scheduled for 2003, was rejected by Epic for not being commercial enough and didn't see the light of day until it was reworked and issued in 2005. While it never did generate any hits, the album topped a …
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