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Biometrics technology that can read emotions

The Fraunhofer Institute's intelligent-systems manager gives a demonstration of technology that can read a face and gauge whether a person is happy, sad, or angry
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Written by Tom Espiner, Senior Reporter on

The Fraunhofer Institute's intelligent-systems manager, Christian Küblbeck, gives a demonstration of technology that can read a face and gauge whether a person is happy, sad, or angry. Its applications include judging reactions to advertising.

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