Category Archives: computer vision

I learn, therefore I forget

It’s a funny twist of brain gymnastics that the philosophical notion that learning can not exist without forgetting popped into my head. I don’t even claim this is a solid notion, but it is going to be an important focus … Continue reading

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Emotions are driving me crazy

We’re aiming to identify emotions with something you might call a multimodal non-contact sensor rig. (I’ll detail it another time when our naive approach has faced the burden of testing and optimization). And you would have thought that the difficult … Continue reading

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Mood-reading the faces of the masses (New Scientist, MIT)

New Scientist posted an interesting article on Face-reading software to judge the mood of the masses – tech – 28 May 2012 – New Scientist. This is essentially a “many faces at once” version of MIT Affective Computing Lab’s Mindreader … Continue reading

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