Since my teen ages, I remember myself from time to time coming back to the question of why I can see beauty. Every time I used to dip a bit into contemplations I faced another set of questions, like those: why we all see beauty differently, and what are those necessary conditions that enable beauty to happen in my world? Continue reading “Beauty in Tech: From Claude Monet to Customer User Interface”
There’s always a big question of where to start development of the chatbot. You can think about the essential portion of hard-coded logic it should be based on, or memorable user interface, or particular features by which it should differ from its fellows, or anything you can associate your chatbot with and, moreover, can apply.
Anyway, at the first place goes another thing. And it’s a clear picture in your mind of the framework it should rest upon.
Last twenty years has served for making science open. It’s a huge breakthrough in the overall human development yielded by the era of the Internet. Particularly I would like you to recall here such fields of science like psychiatry, neuroscience, less trivialized areas of psychology and technical field.
Firstly, they’re in trend now (you might have noticed), secondly, they’re interconnected. For many years and eras, they have been hidden from philistine eyes until the recent times of the World Wide Web. Continue reading “How Artificial Emotional Intelligence Became World Trend”
Imagine you are entering your own home. At the very same moment you are observing how gradually the lights are being turned on in every room you’re entering along with the temperature that is being adjusted to your physical needs (not backward!).
You can hear quiet music that’s becoming slightly louder – it’s your favorite one. When you want, the music would disappear and you would hear natural sounds of breathing ocean or whatever you consider natural. Do you want to talk to your sister? Nothing is needed. Continue reading “Pros and Cons of Human-Like Technologies”