IBM Watson Can Now Detect Joy and Sadness

IBM Watson Can Now Detect Joy and Sadness

Envisioning a world where machines have feelings, Watson might be the first

Ido Lechner, Home Editor
  • 30 march 2016

Computers are generally viewed as ridged tools, devoid of thought and emotions, but as we progress as a technological society its clear that we’re beginning to see radical changes in the way they operate. In particular, artificial intelligence is entirely altering what it means to be ‘aware,’ and as it continues developing, the line between man and machine is being stretched thin.

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