In another big example of invasion of privacy, a new app for the Google Glass will not only help you to determine a person's age or gender but also accurately detect his or her emotions in real time.
According to Extreme Tech, Researchers at Fraunhofer Institute in Germany have created the world's first real-time emotion detection app for Google Glass, which is based on its tried-and-tested SHORE system that has developed into a face detection and fine facial analysis system over the years.
AdvertisementThe glassware, which picks out a person's face with a 91.5 percent success rate and gives the gender 94.3 percent of the time, along with their age, could be of great use for people with disorders such as autism, who often struggle to interpret facial expressions, as well as for people to gauge the true emotional state of a person.
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