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You can’t determine emotion from someone’s facial movements–and neither can AI
New research by Northeastern neuroscientists Lisa Feldman Barrett shows that interpreting a person’s facial expression can’t be done in a vacuum; it depends on the context.

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You can’t determine emotion from someone’s facial movements–and neither can AI

Here’s why spite spreads in people–and thrives in politics

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Here’s why spite spreads in people–and thrives in politics

When it comes to antennas, size matters
Nian Sun, professor of electrical and computer engineering, developed a new approach for designing antennas that allows them to be made up to a thousand times smaller.

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When it comes to antennas, size matters

Researchers find the organization of the human brain to be nearly ideal

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Researchers find the organization of the human brain to be nearly ideal

Google algorithm links to cancer detection

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Google algorithm links to cancer detection