Alexa Hagerty and Alexandra Albert wrote an article in The Conversation about their citizen science project, emojify.com which allows participants to access an interactive website to try out a private and secure Emotion recognition technology (ERT) for themselves, and to see how it scans their face and interprets their emotions. The project was also supported by NESTA and researchers at UCL.
More media coverage of the project:
- Yahoo Japan: AIに感情を勝手に読み取られる、そのAIをダマす方法とは (What is the method of fooling AI that can read emotions without permission?)
- Tech Monitor: Smile for the camera: Can AI detect our emotions?
- The Verge: Discover the stupidity of AI emotion recognition with this little browser game