New Google Vision Program Can Teach Your Robot to Recognize Your Mood

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New Google Vision Program Can Teach Your Robot to Recognize Your Mood
2 December 2015, 12:00 am

                    Imagine a Roomba robotthat not only recognizes you as you but can tell from the scowl on your face that now may not be the best time to vacuum around your feet. That's the scenario enabled by a new Google tool that will let developers train robots, toys, and appliances to know who you are and even figure out from your expression what mood you're in--and react accordingly.

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