Wireless Signals Can Read Human Emotions: Researchers

The research shows wireless signals can capture the information about human behaviour that's not visible to naked eye.

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A new wireless devices monitors heart and breathing rate to predict human emotions Image Courtsey:Pixbay

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This article was originally published on the International Business Times. Researchers at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory have created a device that can read human emotions using wireless signals. The EQ-Radio reads subtle changes in breathing and heart rhythms to figure out if a person is happy, excited, angry or sad. The device measures…


  • Anubhuti Gupta

    I feel that this discovery could have a lot of applications in the psychiatry field and help a lot of people because often people aren’t aware of their feelings themselves