Category: Affective Computing
Former Chief Technology Officer of Siemens Infrastructure and Cities Peter Torrellas shares his vision for a business opportunity that is bigger than Google: sharing our experiences and emotions.
Computers will soon be able to simulate the functioning of a human brain. In a near future, artificial superintelligence will become vastly more intellectually capable and versatile than humans. But could machines ever truly experience the whole range of human feelings and emotions, or are there technical limitations ?
You take your dog (or hyena) to the neighborhood park for a walk, and there it frolics with other beasts on the cybernetic meadow and through the ShrubPlugs. And pets are many-times cross-petted. Is everyone updating their Facebook timelines and flirting on Twitter?
New software from MIT can now reveal details in videos previously hidden to the human eye.