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  • Scientists frown at technology’s ability to read facial expressions

    The Times UK - 07/29/2019

    Lisa Feldman Barrett, a psychologist at Northeastern University in Massachusetts and lead author of the paper in Psychological Science in the Public Interest, said: “People scowl when angry, on average, approximately 25 per cent of the time, but they move their faces in other meaningful ways when angry.”

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