Michael Hurst

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The prospect of computers or machines understanding the emotional state of a user is one that has been around for nearly half a century. Even so, it was only 1995 when Picard coined the term 'Affective Computing' [1] and a research field was born. A community now exists where researchers work towards understanding the concept of emotion and how computers(More)
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