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Episode 45  |  33:18 min

Episode 45: Will Machines Ever Be Able to Understand Emotions?

Episode 45  |  33:18 min  |  11.25.2019

Episode 45: Will Machines Ever Be Able to Understand Emotions?

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This is a podcast episode titled, Episode 45: Will Machines Ever Be Able to Understand Emotions?. The summary for this episode is: Face-to-face communication is increasingly being supplanted by messaging that's typically much shorter in nature and often happens without any context. For the machines given the task of trying to interpret those messages, this is often a lot easier said than done. In this episode of the Impact Podcast, Jon Prial talks with Saif Mohammed from the National Research Council in Canada about speech and text analysis. Find out how machines are starting to look beyond mere words to try to understand the emotions behind what's being said. http://saifmohammad.com http://www.esquire.com/entertainment/music/news/a53378/saddest-radiohead-song-graph/
Face-to-face communication is increasingly being supplanted by messaging that's typically much shorter in nature and often happens without any context. For the machines given the task of trying to interpret those messages, this is often a lot easier said than done. In this episode of the Impact Podcast, Jon Prial talks with Saif Mohammed from the National Research Council in Canada about speech and text analysis. Find out how machines are starting to look beyond mere words to try to understand the emotions behind what's being said. http://saifmohammad.com http://www.esquire.com/entertainment/music/news/a53378/saddest-radiohead-song-graph/

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