A new computer model can better detect the emotions conveyed in a text than humans. DeepMoji uses emojis to learn to read emotions.
A new computer model can better detect the emotions conveyed in a text than humans. DeepMoji uses emojis to learn to read emotions. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Northeastern University, University of Copenhagen, Technical
A new computer model can better detect the emotions conveyed in a text than humans. DeepMoji uses emojis to learn to read emotions. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Northeastern University, University of Copenhagen, Technical

Machine brain that learns from emojis detects sarcasm better than humans

August 09, 2017 11:20 AM

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