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It's not quite the Joaquin Phoenix-Scarlett Johansson love story from 2013 romance Her, but researchers believe an artificial intelligence chatbot may help relieve human loneliness, particularly in seniors.
Expressing grief and other emotions, and connecting with others who have had similar losses, are some of the ways women use the photo-sharing platform Instagram to cope with a miscarriage, researchers say.
There's a song for every mood and occasion, isn't there? But, why is it that we feel what we feel when listening to certain music or songs? Why do some songs make us happy, emotional, and so forth? Well, we may have finally an answer to these questions, courtesy of Artificial Intelligence.
A new Facebook game asks you to "Respond with a GIF," which, for those who don't know, is an animated photo that lets you express deep emotions that words just can't.
A self-proclaimed "donkey whisperer" is encouraging people in London to use technology to help them understand donkeys' emotions and mannerisms.
On the heels of its US$32bil (RM129.56bil) takeover of chip designer ARM Holdings, SoftBank Corp founder Masayoshi Son is embarking on another "crazy idea": talking cars that can read a driver's emotions.
Ever wonder what your pet Fido or feline is really thinking when you stroke or walk them? A Japanese company has developed a small device that, when attached to the necks of dogs and cats, it says can analyse more than 40 kinds of movements to discern their emotions.
The selfie craze speaks volumes about the era in which we live: how images race around the globe and can dominate public discourse, eliciting strong emotions and even blurring the lines of reality.
The next time you find yourself biting your nails with anxiety, play a game of Tetris or the like. New research shows that the classic game's achievable goals will not only help make time pass, but reduce any negative emotions.