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The technology of identifying emotions is being developed by researchers at MIT, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and will be implemented soon.
The Affective Computing Research Group is working on computers that can read and recognize emotions through facial expressions. Portable devices such as electronic wristbands, can identify emotions such as stress or excitement through sweat or blood sugar levels.
Rana El Kaliouby, a member of the research group, told the BBC that computers allow "people to communicate through new and different ways. It is a kind of very sophisticated version of the button "taste" of Facebook. "
This application can help people with autism or difficulty reading emotions, or will assess people`s emotions before the display of certain advertisements. However, the project`s main objective is to help recognize the emotions of the interactions between people who talk through computers.