Scientists develop system that can read your feelings based on eye movement

Lee Bell
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System measures electrical activity in the brain to determine whether you're pleased or not

Scientists have developed a system that, they claim, can track eye movements to enable a computer to quickly and accurately identify images that a user finds positive or negative. Based on eye-...

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