Game of Brains

The traditional advertising and marketing has evolved immensely in the past few decades. As a kid I still remember that the most influential advertisement I came across was a radio ad: “…sound of a soda bottle opening, following with the sound of liquids being spilled and swallowed. Then a voice saying: Coca Cola the taste […]

Affective Computing (or how your PC will know how you feel)

The term affective computing is commonly used to describe any computing that involves emotions, considering the concepts of emotions and affects as synonyms. This involvement can relate to detection, generation and/or mimicking of emotions. Whether those emotions are fake or real, human or synthetic isn’t discriminated. If you have a computing process dealing with emotions […]