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Measuring Happiness Around the World Through Artificial Intelligence

  title={Measuring Happiness Around the World Through Artificial Intelligence},
  author={Rustem Ozakar and Rafet Efe Gazanfer and Y. Sinan Hanay},
In this work, we analyze the happiness levels of countries using an unbiased emotion detector, artificial intelligence (AI). To date, researchers proposed many factors that may affect happiness such as wealth, health and safety. Even though these factors all seem relevant, there is no clear consensus between sociologists on how to interpret these, and the models to estimate the cost of these utilities include some assumptions. Researchers in social sciences have been working on determination of… 
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