Category: Artificial Intelligence

Emotional Artificial Intelligence Explained in 5 Levels of Complexity

Emotional Artificial Intelligence Explained in 5 Levels of Complexity

Confused about emotion AI? Our own Paty Hernandez sat down with 5 people – a child, teen, college student, grad student and expert – to explain emotional artificial intelligence.

Octavio Romo on Brain Computer Interfaces

Octavio Romo on Brain Computer Interfaces

According to The Economist, Brain-computer interfaces could offer a way for humans to co-exist with artificial intelligence. But, the idea that we can control machines with our thoughts polarizes people; there a worries that AI could hijack BCI’s and enable machines to control us. At Netek we don’t believe this […]

Emotion AI Reading List: 5 Must Reads

Emotion AI Reading List: 5 Must Reads

2018 is here! It’s time to take stock of what’s new and what’s next. Here are 5 book recommendations which will answers those questions and inspire you to learn something new. Enjoy!

3 Reasons Why AI Needs Emotional Intelligence

3 Reasons Why AI Needs Emotional Intelligence

While machine and deep learning are advancing the state of artificial intelligence, there’s still a long way to go before machines can replace us; if ever. Still, we have to recognize that today we are surrounded by computing power: devices, virtual assistants and robots; it’s everywhere.

10 Incredibly Useful Things You Didn’t Know Emotional Artificial Intelligence Could Do

10 Incredibly Useful Things You Didn’t Know Emotional Artificial Intelligence Could Do

This was the year most every large company took notice of the rise of artificial intelligence. But while it encapsulates many categories – machine learning, deep learning, computer vision, natural language processing, speech recognition and others – there is still one category that hasn’t been recognized, beyond academia, and that’s […]

The Future Of Emotionally Intelligent Technology with Sergio Langarica

The Future Of Emotionally Intelligent Technology with Sergio Langarica

Computers are increasingly able to figure out what we’re feeling. A recent report predicts that the global affective computing market will grow from $12.2 billion in 2016 to $53.98 billion by 2021. The report by research and consultancy firm MarketsandMarkets observed that enabling technologies have already been adopted in a […]