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Computer maps 21 distinct emotional expressions, tripling the number of facial expressions that can be used for cognitive analysis

News   Apr 01, 2014

 
Computer maps 21 distinct emotional expressions, tripling the number of facial expressions that can be used for cognitive analysis
 
 
 

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