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Our current “smart” machines are cognitively smart: they learn, memorize and interpolate. However, when it comes to emotions, they’re completely blind. At Carnegie Mellon University, researchers have developed IntraFace, a small piece of software that tracks facial features and analyzes expressions. The software is crazy efficient — it can smoothly run on a smartphone.


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