CMV enabling computers to detect human emotions
The Centre for Machine Vision (CMV), part of the Bristol Robotics Laboratory, is one of only a handful of centres in the world dedicated to exploring the potential of machine vision. It is conducting some interesting research at present into enabling computers to detect human emotions, as well as detecting threats to health and possible security problems.
Machine vision can be used to measure the growth of skin cancers, find concealed weapons and enable computers to detect changes in human emotions.
The short video below gives an insight into some of the work currently being conducted at the CMV.
More information on the CMV’s work can be found on UWE’s website.