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Amazon is working on a device that can read human emotions

Amazon.com Inc is developing a voice-activated wearable device that can recognise human emotions.

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Happily surprised? Sadly angry? Computer tags emotions

Ever wondered if you look happily disgusted? Or sadly angry? There may one day be an app for that.

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Australia develops Twitter tool to gauge world's emotions

Australian researchers unveiled on Tuesday a Twitter tool to map moods around the world in real-time to help improve the allocation of mental health services.

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Sims 4: Mixed emotions

The Sims 4 is still fun with plenty of tweaks, but feels somewhat empty without much innovation.

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Be wary of robot emotions; ‘simulated love is never love’

Why you should be wary of robot emotions; ’simulated love is never love’.

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Mixed emotions in emerging economies on smartphones, social media

A survey in 11 emerging economies showed people in those countries happy to be connected with smartphones and social media, even if they worry about the impact of digital lifestyles on society and on children.

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Japan's digital eyes show your emotions for you

Can't be bothered to show anyone what you're thinking? Then a Japanese scientist has the answer — a pair of digital eyes that can express delight and anger, or even feign boredom.

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Developers create app to read emotions via Facebook and let others know

A new application called SentBuk that can deduce users' state of mind using algorithms that analyse their messages on Facebook has been developed at the Autonomous University of Madrid.

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Could smartphones be hindering kids’ social skills?

A small study from the University of California Los Angeles psychology department concludes absorption in digital media could be a roadblock in children's development of the ability to read emotions.

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Could a videogame be used to help develop emotional intelligence in adolescents?

Two Italian researchers have developed a video game designed to test adolescents' capacity to evaluate and express their emotions.