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Can a machine understand how you feel by watching you?

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We are surrounded by a large number of sensors: accelerometer and GPS in the phone, heart rate and galvanic-skin reaction sensors in the fit band, camera in the laptop and many more. Can the machine understand how you currently feel with all this contextual information? We say yes. In our talk we will provide insight into our research combining threads from the areas of affective computing and context-aware systems. We aim to build systems that will not only recognize the emotions of the user, but will also be able to explain why they “think” so. Moreover, these systems will be personalized to specific users and will be able to put the user into the appropriate affective state, required in a given situation, e.g. at a given stage of a computer game.

This talk is part of the Engineering Design Centre Seminars series.

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