Dogs give the impression of understanding our every word. How well can dogs read our emotions, and can they really smell fear?
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Affectiva is uniquely positioned to profit from this “emotional economy.” The company has already created the world’s largest emotion database.
I’ve been thinking about faces recently; a friend of mine will be having reconstructive surgery on her face to restore the tissue and structure that was eaten away by a rare condition, and we were talking about the psychological effects of such a procedure, and the influence it could have on one’s own sense of identity. 351 more words
Dogs produce more facial expressions when humans are looking at them, according to new research from the University of Portsmouth.
Scientists at the University’s Dog Cognition Centre are the first to find clear evidence dogs move their faces in direct response to human attention. 646 more words