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Processors to handle human emotions

05 Feb 2013

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Prototyping for what Emoshape Ltd. said is the first Emotions Processing Unit or EPU had recently been announced. The processor represents a significant step towards artificial intelligence (AI) technology advancement, such as mood-sensitive devices or robots.

Levy Rosenthal, CEO of Emoshape said, "The Emoshape processor's breakthrough are above all its Computational Emotional Neural Frequency Architecture with Emotional Profile Graph (EPG) computation functionality. The EPU will present a new leap for AI on all fronts especially in the realm of smart phones, toys, robots, android, computers, and other major electronic devices with applications in Medical, Biometrics, Financial, Defence and Advertising."

Emoshape Emotional Profile Graph (EPG)

The Emoshape EPU will be tested extensively before it will be available to a select group of clients starting October 2013.

With the introduction of its EPU, Emoshape will deliver unique user experiences based on innovative technology. The EPU will be used, among other things, in order to teach technologies how to interact with humans in order to yield a favourable result. Using the EPU as the first of a line of products, Emoshape Ltd will be spearheading the development and research into powerful and easy-to-use multimedia emotional technology.

More information about the product and the company can be found at� Please inquire for further and detailed technical information.

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