Emotion recognition

Six major human emotions (anxiety, sadness, surprise, etc.) are recognised, based on facial expressions. The technology can help measure user engagement by monitoring and recording emotions while watching commercials.

Use cases

Human-computer communication. Determining user emotions to shape more personalised experiences.

Smart UI. Identifying well-timed positive feedback requests and pre-empting negative feedback.

Visual art. Designing interactive visual effects that respond to facial expressions.

Mobile marketing. Personalising content topics and interfaces based on user reaction analysis; assessing the quality of content, promotional and marketing materials by monitoring emotional responses in real time.

Education. Automatic detection of difficulties experienced by e-learners, offering additional explanations and info.

Healthcare. Delivering online mental health services of an in-person quality.


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