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  • Google AI learns from people’s facial expressions
  • Google AI learns from people’s facial expressions
    Midia NINJA (2018) ©
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Google AI learns from people’s facial expressions

Rather than relying on coded data sets to solely inform AI’s decisions, Google is letting its AI learn by watching humans’ facial expressions. By familiarising it with people’s emotions, Google’s technology is making users comfortable by weaving emotional intelligence into its thinking systems.

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