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Nov 28, 2017
Huawei launches Honor V10 in China; comes with Kirin 970 SoC, facial unlock and 18:9 aspect ratio displayApart from this, four colour variants of Honor V10 were launched. These are Black, Aurora Blue, Gold, and Red.
Sep 17, 2017
What Taramani, Kaatru Veliyidai, Iraivi tell us about abusive men, and the women in their livesIraivi, Kaatru Veliyidai and Taramani all follow their male protagonists' journey towards the epiphany that they are sexist scum
Sep 13, 2017
More than 40 percent of Indian consumers prefer AI chatbots to be polite and femaleThis is because chatbots cannot deal with complex requests, understand human emotions or give personalised offers as well as humans according to the survey.
Sep 08, 2017
Twitter doesn't accurately reflect users actual emotional state, reveals new studyTwitter users have developed their unique cultural behaviour, conversations and identities, which shape the ways in which they present their views online.
Jul 19, 2017
Emotion Artificial Intelligence will personalize interactionsEmotion-sensing systems will appear in devices as a result of the rise of intelligent agents, such as virtual assistants.
Jun 17, 2017
US researchers point out exact areas in the brain responsible for emotional spilloverTo understand the emotional side of the brain, researchers in the US have for the first time pinpointed areas directly responsible for emotional spillover.
May 27, 2017
Carly Rae Jepsen's new song 'Cut to the Feeling' is the perfect eighties throwback songThe song will be featured on the new animated film Leap! starring Elle Fanning.
May 23, 2017
MIT engineer develops wristband to detect changes in human emotionAn MIT engineer has developed a wristband which can detect changes in emotion, the brain as well as behavior, especially during epileptic seizures.
May 21, 2017
Excessive alcohol, caffeine holding journalists back, but work makes them resilient, says studyJournalists' excessive consumption of alcohol and caffeine leads their brains to function below par, but the love for their job protects their mental resilience, MIT scientists claim.
Apr 11, 2017
Experiencing interpersonal abuse in early life may affect cognitive skills, says studyExperiencing interpersonal abuse before the age of 18 may affect the capacity to concentrate and stay focused during later life, a study has showed.