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Alex Potamianos: Voice Reveals More About Your Emotions

Humans are emotionally complex. Not just in how we feel, but in how we convey those feelings. What you say and what you do communicates only a fraction of your emotions. Thousands of other cues in body language, facial expressions, and especially in the tone of your voice can paint a vivid picture of how you feel at any particular moment.

Adrien Schmidt: Humans May No Longer Need to Be Analysts

We live in an era of digital distraction. When you search for something online, the Internet comes back with 99% garbage and (maybe) one or two relevant items. Until recently, we were expected to analyze the results ourselves to find the answer. Luckily, this is less and less the case.

Award-Winning Tech Enables Emotionally Intelligent Conversations with AI


Emotion underpins most human interaction. Even for the briefest conversation, you instinctively analyze their facial expression, body language, tone of voice, and what kind of mood they're in so you can adjust your approach. When someone is sad, you react sympathetically, when your friend is angry, you speak to them calmly, when your mother-in-law is angry, you leave the house immediately. (You get our point.)

Worried About Aging Family Staying Home Alone? Try miiCUBE

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"One evening, my grandma fell and broke her hip. She was lying on a cold floor in sheer agony from 7 pm until 7 am the next day...and we just didn't know about it."

This is what pushed Kelvin Summoogum to leave his job as a digital advisor and become the tech entrepreneur behind miiCARE – a London-based startup focused on senior healthcare. 

What Google, Amazon, and Microsoft Are Doing to Create The Most Conversational AI

 

Google caused quite the stir in the AI community at their 2018 I/O Developer Conference when they unveiled Google Duplex. Some call it “an exciting step for Artificial Intelligence”, while others consider it a “terrifying piece of technology.”

Your Future Best Friend May Be A Bot

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If you’re one of those people who bump into inanimate objects and instinctively apologize to them, you’re probably the type to say “please,” “thank you,” and “sorry” to your virtual assistant too.

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