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Messaging app looks at faces to help people detect sarcasm

Text messaging is the preferred method for communication these days, but the inability to convey emotions, obvious during a call or a face-to-face talk, can sometimes lead to misunderstandings.

Kevin Knull, CEO and co-founder of Truthify, finds that to be such a serious problem, that he decided to develop a messaging app capable of reading people’s emotions while they use it.

The app uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to analyze 43 facial muscles 14 times a second, using the front-facing camera of your device. The algorithms work while you are creating your message …

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