Robot Human Emotion

Thu, 21 May 2015 23:58:27 GMT

SmartCompany.com.au

Attack of the robots: Don't let automation replace the human touch
SmartCompany.com.au
No emotion. No connection. R-o-b-o-t. I'm a relatively early adaptor. I fantasize about gizmos and gadgets as much as the next guy. However, I also understand the damaging implications of technology when bits and bytes replace human interaction — where ...

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Wed, 13 May 2015 20:59:47 GMT

The American Bazaar

New Zealand company building angry robots to train call center staff
The American Bazaar
According to Dr. Stuart Armstrong, a research fellow at the Future of Humanity Institute at the Oxford Martian School, Oxford University, it is easy to stimulate anger and other emotions in robots. All that Touchpoint is doing is to load the machines' database with ...

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Tue, 12 May 2015 19:14:53 GMT

International Business Times AU

Technology Lets Human Emotions To Be Transferred Without Physical Contact
International Business Times AU
Dr Marianna Obrist, lecturer and scientist at the university has claimed that the findings can provide a breakthrough in the future form of human communication. In addition, the next-generation technology hopes to pave way for other innovative techniques.

Tue, 12 May 2015 16:47:12 GMT

Telegraph.co.uk

Artificial intelligence experts are building the world's angriest robot. Should you ...
Telegraph.co.uk
Theoretically, we might one day be able to build robots that exhibit all human signs of anger. There is a complicated philosophical debate about the point at which mimicked emotion and consciousness is indistinguishable from actual emotion and ...

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Thu, 07 May 2015 20:43:53 GMT

Harrop: Fighting robots with robots
The Denver Post
"Emotion detection software" has put robots one step closer to replacing the humans who work -- or used to work -- in what we in the olden days called "customer relations." Assuming that you, dear reader, are a human and not a column-consuming robot, you ...

Wed, 29 Apr 2015 13:11:52 GMT

Fighting robots with robots
Sharonherald
Emotion detection software” has put robots one step closer to replacing the humans who work – or used to work – in what we in the olden days called “customer relations.” Assuming that you, dear reader, are a human and not a column-consuming robot, you ...

Tue, 28 Apr 2015 20:13:02 GMT

Coos Bay World

Robots take over the whole world
Coos Bay World
So machines are now able to assess a human's mood. "Emotion detection software" has put robots one step closer to replacing the humans who work — or used to work — in what we in the olden days called "customer relations." Assuming that you, dear ...