Artificial Intelligence to Put End to Poker Face

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The poker face could soon go the way of the dodo bird thanks to artificial intelligence (AI). SCROLL DOWN FOR MORE

Now accepting most forms of crypto-currencies

Sensors combine with artificial intelligence to read the micro-expressions our bodies give off in response to our surroundings.

During a recent TED Conference talk, Dolby Laboratories chief scientist Poppy Crum discussed the new innovation that could see right through someone's expressions.

The new technology stretches beyond the poker table, however.

It can detect lying, infatuated, and even the propensity for violence.

"It is the end of the poker face," Crum said. "We broadcast our emotions. We will know more about each other than we ever have."



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RaRe tweeted:

Get $CTR solid team, gonna take off sooooon

ZK tweeted in response:

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