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New study: Robots might be able to recognize human emotions

betanews Wednesday, 9 October 2019
New study: Robots might be able to recognize human emotionsAs artificial intelligence, or AI, moves further and further into a future we only dared to dream of before, we now have to find ways to coexist with our robot counterparts. The robots are shaping up to adapt to our nature in a way only other humans could previously do. Now, we might have robots that are advanced enough to feel the tension in a room. Researchers from Warwick Business School, University of Plymouth, Donders Centre for Cognition at Radboud University in the Netherlands and the Bristol Robotics Lab at the University of the West of England conducted a study… [Continue Reading]
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