This Device Can Read Your Emotions By Using Wireless Signals
A research team from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) were able to detect if someone is feeling happy, sad, angry, or excited by using wireless signals. They developed the EQ-Radio technology that uses algorithms to categorize someone’s emotional state, which has many potential applications in the entertainment and medical fields.
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How could wireless signals read what you’re feeling?
The EQ-Radio technology borrowed its foundation from Dina Katabi’s ongoing work, co-author of the published paper on the wireless signal emotion detector. Katabi has previously been working on wireless technology that measures human behaviors such as breathing and falling.