Researchers are developing AI that can detect emotional states using radio waves

7 days ago   |   By Natural News

Scientists are developing an advanced artificial intelligence system that uses an advanced neural network and radio signals to detect a person's emotions from a short distance. This is coming from a study conducted by scientists from the Queen Mary University of London and was published in the journal PLOS ONE. The researchers used radio waves to pick up subtle...
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