EmoSPARK: The First Artificial Intelligence Home Console

I want one, and I’d call him HAL. I’d also program him to say: I’m sorry, Dave. I’m afraid I can’t do that.

Enter EmoSpark, the world’s first home artificial intelligence console that uses emotion text and content analysis to measure the emotional responses of its users. In fact, it actually detects the moods of several people in the room at a time, the same way people do, through facial recognition and learning to interact through conversation.

Donate to the EmoSPARK Indigogo campaign right here.

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4 Responses to EmoSPARK: The First Artificial Intelligence Home Console

  1. Creeepyyyyy 0ô
    I’m not at all sure if I’d want one of these.
    We should seek more human interaction and not depend on a machine to lighten us up.

  2. Actually, I think this is kind of creepy.
    Am I the only under the impression the device is somehow playing the Sims, trying to keep their mood as up as possible?…