We Know How You Feel: Affective Computing

Presented at ONA11
July 2, 2019
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Imagine being able to detect the emotions your users experience while reading your content, watching a video, or perusing an ad. Or being able to use a PC or Mac that can read your smiles and frowns. Learn how affective computing can help with everything from user engagement to critical health issues like autism – and take part in some exciting audience demos.

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