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Presidential Campaigns and Emotion Recognition Technology
Emotion recognition technology can provide interesting insights into candidates' emotions in presidential debates and emotions elicited by campaign videos Several Affectiva partners used our emotion tech to do debate analysis. Hirevue the HR recruitment platform did an analysis of the second presidential debates looking at them as the ultimate job interview — see results in this blog. Giphy generated gifs using our emotion recognition technology during the debates. And then Unruly did an analysis of campaign ads, seeing if they could predict outcomes based on the success of these ads. Learn more about the Unruly project in this Fast Company article.
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  First ever Emotion AI Developer Day — Nov 16
Affectiva
Emotion AI Developer Day brings together the largest gathering of developers from around the world who are working with emotion recognition technology. Join to learn how you can integrate emotion recognition technology into your apps, games, AI systems, enterprise applications and digital experiences, so that these sense and adapt to human emotion. Registration is free.


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  Tutorial: Get emotion data from your next mobile playtest
Affectiva
Game development is an expensive proposition. The budgets for mobile games these days have increased astronomically, and the pressure to perform as soon as they hit the street is staggering. With hundreds of new titles out every week, even small mistakes can be the difference between success and failure.


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  20 awesome emotion-enabled campaign ideas
Affectiva
Affectiva's emotion recognition technology is used by creative agencies to build uniquely engaging campaigns that give their brand clients an edge and sets them apart from their competition. We created this guide for agencies and other creative folk to inspire them how to use emotion tech — download it here.


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  Affectiva releases emotion artificial intelligence plug-in for Unity
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Affectiva, the global leader in Emotion AI, announced its emotion recognition SDK has been integrated with Unity, the multi-platform game development engine. Available for macOS, Windows, Android and iOS, the integration allows agencies and developers to build immersive experiences that adapt to users’ emotional states in real-time across multiple platforms.


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  How Emotion AI is becoming a real opportunity for developers
App Developer Magazine
We recently spoke with emotion artificial intelligence company, Affectiva, about how Emotion AI is emerging as a new opportunity for developers. Affectiva recently announced that its emotion recognition SDK has been integrated with Unity. Developers in a range of industries from gaming, education, robotics and healthcare, to experiential marketing and more are already using Affectiva's software.


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  Defense technology and games 'biofeedback' software to track human emotions
Forbes
We are used to playing video games that employ a certain degree of logic to track our in-game movements and blast us away to make us lose a life. But going beyond this very artificial Artificial Intelligence (AI), software is now being created adapt to users' emotional states in real-time including mammalian conditioned-fear response mechanism.


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  Qualtrics and Affectiva announce integration of Affectiva emotion AI into the Qualtrics Insight Platform
PR Newswire
Leading insight technology providers Affectiva and Qualtrics today announced an integration to make Affectiva's emotion recognition technology available to the Qualtrics Insight Platform. The solution provides a unique offering for market research and media testing that senses and analyzes facial expressions and emotions.


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  From robo doctors to mood trackers, emotion sensing is coming
Xconomy
The proliferation of smartphones and wearable devices has enabled people to track all kinds of data about their physical health, from heart rate to steps walked in a day. Now, tech companies have their sights set on helping us — and perhaps others — monitor our mental health.


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  Digital health with a heart: mHealth tech looks to measure feelings
mHealth Intelligence
mHealth sensors may soon give whole new meaning to wearing your heart on your sleeve. New technology platforms are moving beyond simple biometric data collection to measure emotions, giving healthcare providers a window into a patient's feelings and helping to treat everything from behavioral disorders to medication adherence.


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  How emotion-detection technology will change marketing
HubSpot
Imagine someone arrives at your website, Facebook Page, or advertisement. Now, imagine that you could change your marketing dynamically, right there on the spot, in response to their emotional reactions. It would be nothing short of a game changer for your business, right?


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  Why the heck is everybody talking about AI at the moment?
By Dean Demellweek
Dean Demellweek writes: "September was a very exciting month for me. I was present at some tech events in London in person, and two very big conferences virtually: TechCrunch Disrupt 2016 held in San Francisco, and SIBOS 2016 in Geneva. The former was live streamed in full on Periscope, while the key talks from the latter were broadcast live by SIBOS TV."


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  Emotional AI coming soon?
L'Atelier
Nowadays Artificial Intelligence seems to be on everyone's lips. This was emphasized once again at the most recent TechCrunch Disrupt event, held in San Francisco in mid-September, where the topic was raised in almost every discussion. Machine learning is a particularly fertile area of Artificial Intelligence. Danny Lange, Head of Machine


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  14 trailblazing Egyptian women who made history
The Tempest
What's the first thing that comes to mind when you think about Egypt? It's probably the pyramids and Rami Malek as a Pharaoh in The Night at The Museum movies. But there is so much more to Egypt than Pharaohs. The country endured through Macedonian, Ptolemaic, Roman, Byzantine, Sasanian, Arabic, Fatimi, Ayyubi, Mamluki and Ottoman eras.


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AFFECTIVA UPDATES

Did You Know That...
Rana el Kaliouby, CEO of Affectiva, is now a member of the the World Economic Forum's Global Future Council on Artificial Intelligence and Robotics

 
Affectiva Unity Plug-In
Emotion-enable your games, apps and digital experiences developed in Unity 3D with Affectiva's Unity plug-in. Get your free trial by emailing: gaminginfo@affectiva.com.



UPCOMING EVENTS


Web Summit | November 7 - 10 | Lisbon
Web Summit has become "Europe's largest and most important technology marketplace," a crossroads for the world's largest buyers and sellers of technology, alongside many of the world's most disruptive emerging technology companies. On November 8, visit us at our Stand S145 in the START Exhibition Area of Pavilion 2.
 
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Emotion AI Developer Day | November 16
The world's biggest online conference for Affectiva developers. Come learn the latest techniques for giving your software EQ!
 
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