What Happens When an AI Knows How You Feel?

What Happens When an AI Knows How You Feel?


Publication Title
WIRED
Publication/Creation Date
December 29 2021
Creators/Contributors
Will Coldwell (creator)
Jeffrey Hancock (contributor)
Stanford University (contributor)
Jai Kissoon (contributor)
Shane Helget (contributor)
Brian Karpf (contributor)
Adela Timmons (contributor)
University Of California, San Francisco (contributor)
Florida International University (contributor)
Technological Interventions For Ecological Systems (TIES) Lab (contributor)
John Gottman (contributor)
Julie Gottman (contributor)
Gottman Love Lab (contributor)
University Of Washington (contributor)
Affective Software, Inc. (contributor)
Rafael Lisitsa (contributor)
Lisa Feldman Barrett (contributor)
Paul Ekman (contributor)
Jess Hohenstein (contributor)
Cornell University (contributor)
Persuasive Intent
Information
Description
"Beneath it all is a burgeoning belief that our relationships are just a nudge away from perfection. Since the start of the pandemic, more of our relationships depend on computer-mediated channels. Amid a churning ocean of online spats, toxic Slack messages, and infinite Zoom, could algorithms help us be nicer to each other? Can an app read our feelings better than we can? Or does outsourcing our communications to AI chip away at what makes a human relationship human?"
HCI Platform
Carryables
Relation to Body
On
Related Body Part
Face
Source
https://www.wired.com/story/artificial-emotional-intelligence/