Information technology is already getting smarter and more powerful, but new research suggests it can help us manage our emotions and mental health better.
Researchers at the University of Michigan have used a computer algorithm to understand how a human is likely to behave when interacting with people, and that they were able to predict how much more likely people would be to show anger when they encounter people they disagree with.
The team used the same algorithm to predict which people would respond to an emotion or sound in the voice of an AI assistant, which they used to create the AI’s own “emotions” and “sympathies.”
The study, published in the journal Cognition, found that if an AI system could predict what a human would do in a situation, it could help the AI to understand what we would want to do.
The study also showed that a system could learn to interpret emotions, which is how the AI could learn how to understand emotions and how to treat them better.
For example, if an assistant can predict a person’s emotional state, it can use that information to suggest the best possible actions that the assistant could take to alleviate that person’s emotion.
If the assistant can then predict that a person will not be angry, it will then suggest a more moderate response to a person, such as trying to calm down, or avoiding anger.
The research is based on an AI algorithm called Emotion Recognition, which can be used to analyze the emotional state of someone, like the emotions of an actor playing a character.
Emotion recognition is used in many different fields, including games like Angry Birds.
The researchers’ study found that the AI was able to use a lot of information from a person who has a lot to say, and then combine that information with a human’s emotions to predict what they would do.
They also found that they could predict the emotions and reactions of others, which was similar to what an AI could predict about us.
“The idea is to use this AI to help us to get to know the human,” said David G. Rutter, a postdoctoral fellow in the lab of David E. Jones and James F. Whelan.
“You can have this kind of deep understanding of someone’s personality and the personality of someone else, and you can make a prediction about how they will behave.”
While the results of the study are important, they’re not the only evidence showing how AI could help humans.
The National Institutes of Health recently funded a research project to build an AI that could predict when people were going to be angry.
Researchers have already built a prototype of the system that can predict how people are likely to react to certain events.