How do you get a computer to recognize human emotion and facial expressions, just from a video? What if your car knew when you were drowsy, or if a video game adapted based on your reactions? At Affectiva, we use machine learning to solve these problems. Our machine learning system has access to...
By: Ashley McManus, Marketing Manager
A few weeks back we attended MobileBeat 2016 in San Francisco to learn more about artificial intelligence (AI) and chatbots. While the purpose of chatbots seems to be limited today, we envision a world of possibilities with this technology.
By: Rana el Kaliouby, Co-Founder and Chief Strategy and Science Officer
Just this week we had an Affectiva outing. A bunch of us, along with our kids, went to see the new Pixar movie #InsideOut. I’ve been waiting for this movie to come out ever since I first heard about it more than a year ago.
By: Boisy Pitre, Mobile Visionary
When emotions and computing are mentioned in the same breath, it’s usually assumed that our devices will detect our emotions in an attempt to provide us feedback.
By: Boisy G. Pitre, Mobile Visionary
We’ve all heard the phrase “she wears her heart on her sleeve.” It’s a common refrain that’s used to describe someone who displays their emotions openly and without inhibition.