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Photos: 'Mind-reading' at MIT

Researchers at MIT Media Lab have developed device that "reads minds" and alerts wearers to emotional state of person they're talking to.

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Dr. El Kaliouby at MIT Media Lab's 2006 Body Sensor Network conf

Dr. El Kaliouby presents the Emotional-Social Prosthetic device.

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Professor Rosalind Picard, El Kaliouby and Alea Teeters at MIT

Professor Rosalind Picard and Alea Teeters of the Affecting Computing research group at the MIT Media Lab demonstrate use of El Kaliouby's (middle) ESP device.

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El Kaliouby

El Kaliouby shows that the ESP could be easily worn inside a baseball hat.

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