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"...According to Rashid, his division has done extensive work in emotional recognition, developing algorithms...

"...According to Rashid, his division has done extensive work in emotional recognition, developing algorithms capable of gauging a person's state based on the tenor of their voice, the speed at which they speak, or even the contours of their face. Microsoft and others have also explored ways to imbue machines with more emotional nuance, tinkering with different voices and intonations." - http://www.theverge.com/2013/4/24/4260614/microsoft-research-rick-rashid-smartwatches-contact-lens-display

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