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What Happens When The Machines Can Tell How We Feel?
"If the future of advertising lies in the processing of nonlinguistic traits, then whoever controls the sensory infrastructure for analyzing and monetizing them--the "emotion sharing apparatus," as Samsung calls it in one its patents --will be the successor to today's moguls of online advertising." Slate 12/02/13
Posted December 2, 2013 08:01 AM

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