Futurist Trond Arne Undheim interviews Gabi Zijderveld, Chief Marketing Officer at Affectiva, the MIT MediaLab spinout. They talk about perceptive AI, the future of augmented reality, data privacy, and ethical uses of face recognition.
The takeaway is that artificial intelligence is getting better and better at understanding humans in context and their cognitive states. This can be useful for autonomous cars, for virtual conference speakers, in telehealth, as well as for advertisers. But is it enough to start rivaling human perception? Not for a while, and perhaps that’s not the point.
After listening, check out Affectiva as well as Gabi Zijderveld’s online profile:
- Affectiva https://www.affectiva.com/
- Gabi Zijderveld (LinkedIn) https://www.linkedin.com/in/gabizijderveld/
- Gabi Zijderveld (@GabiZij) https://twitter.com/gabizij
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