Measuring your heartbeat and breath wirelessly, this device can tell if you're excited, happy, angry, or sad

 Photographic cues have helped systems like Microsoft’s Emotion API detect human fee with decent accuracy, but a new research project from MIT’s Computers Science and Artificial Intelligence lab can interpret emotions with a greater degree of accuracy, using only wireless radio signals. Researchers at CSAIL have created a device they call the EQ-Radio, which can pick up emotions… Read More

Measuring your heartbeat and breath wirelessly, this device can tell if you're excited, happy, angry, or sad

As many a relationship book can tell you, understanding someone else's emotions can be a difficult task. Facial expressions aren't always reliable: A smile can conceal frustration, while a poker ...

Wed 21 Sep 16 from TechXplore

Wireless signals can detect your feelings with new device

What if your computer or smartphone could tell if you're happy or sad?

Tue 20 Sep 16 from Phys.org

Wireless signals can detect your feelings with new device, Tue 20 Sep 16 from AP

Wireless signals can detect your feelings with new device, Tue 20 Sep 16 from AP

Mood-Detecting Sensor Could Help Machines Respond to Emotions

Smart homes could play music to fit your mood

Tue 20 Sep 16 from IEEE Spectrum

MIT device uses wireless signals to identify emotions

Researchers at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) have developed a device that can determine a person’s mood using wireless signals – no mood ring ...

Tue 20 Sep 16 from Techspot

Wireless Sensors Can Detect People's Emotions

Health No faces needed How are you feeling today?

Tue 20 Sep 16 from Popular Science

MIT 'radio' uses wireless signals to identify emotions

You can lie to your partner, your best friends and even your mom, but you can't lie to EQ-Radio. It's a device out of MIT"s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence ...

Tue 20 Sep 16 from Engadget

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