Artificial emotional intelligence


  1. Artificial emotional intelligence is much more than knowing how to use software to manipulate users’ emotions. Our future may depend upon it.
  2. Heart of the Machine: Our Future in a World of Artificial Emotional Intelligence

    Amazon.com
    Imagine a robotic stuffed animal that can read and respond to a child’s emotional state or a commercial that can change based on a customer’s facial …
  3. Is artificial emotional intelligence possible?

    The American Ceramic Society
    While understanding emotional intelligence usually is thought of as the … psychologists and cognitive scientists, the artificial intelligence community is …
  4. Emotional intelligence is the future of artificial intelligence: Fjord

    ZDNet
    Those injecting human-like emotional capability into artificial intelligence will emerge as the front-runners in 2017 and beyond, according to Fjord.
  5. What is Artificial Emotional Intelligence

    IGI Global
    Definition of Artificial Emotional Intelligence: It implies the ability of avatar (virtual entity) to understand, distinguish and manage its emotions and those …
  6. The Rise of AI Makes Emotional Intelligence More Important

    Harvard Business Review
    The booming growth of machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI), like most transformational technologies, is both exciting and scary. It’s exciting …
  7. Artificial & Emotional Intelligence

    Virtual Robotics Toolkit
    Artificial & Emotional Intelligence: Both types have a major role to play in our future, and it’s up to us to ensure there is a balance. How can we achieve …
  8. Artificial Intelligence Keeps Evolving: The Introduction of Emotional Intelligence

    30SecondsToFly
    Recently, conversations about the relationship between EI and artificial intelligence have developed. Does artificial intelligence need emotions?
  9. Emotional Intelligence, Meet Artificial Intelligence

    Persado
    For the past number of years, Emotional Intelligence (alternately abbreviated as EI or EQ) has been a centerpiece in discussions of leadership.