As AI-powered software that can detect human emotions becomes more common, a new browser seeks to illustrate the limits of gaming technology. Spotted by , Emojify project was created by a Led by Alexa Hagerti, a professor at Cambridge University. You will find it again . It will let you look at your computer’s webcam and try to create six different emotions: happiness, sadness, fear, surprise, hate and anger. When you play the game, you will notice that the software is easy to fool. For example, you might think you are happy. In the end, it’s the core of the experience.
And yet technology is becoming increasingly common. It’s not just what you see And. Agencies and governments are using it for everything from screening Passport protection. Even Apple Space at one stage. To show the flaws of the emotion recognition software, it is hoped that the project will initiate conversations about its use. “Our goal is to promote public understanding of these technologies and citizen involvement in their development and use,” the group said. “We believe that through a shared intelligence and sharing approach on such important issues, we can enable communities to promote a just and equitable society.”