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Cool Use-Case of Emotion Recognition Software on Gauging Public Sentiment of Melania Trump's Plagiarism

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Wesley Reese

"We decided to run the moment through a face-coding emotion recognition software to see if we could pick up on how the American public is interpreting the event.

Using a US General Population panel of 100 people, we discovered the following..."

If you've been following this at all, you can probably guess the results:

But they do make an interesting point: "The question on the viewer s mind must have been, how can the two hopeful first ladies, whose husbands have so dramatically opposing visions, have similar messages?

And why are the crowds in both convention halls similarly riveted?"

I wonder if this tech would be useful for video ads?

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