David Chandler : "A new software developed at MIT -led by doctoral student M. Ehsan Hoque- can be used to help people practice their interpersonal skills until they feel more comfortable with situations such as a job interview or a first date. The software, called MACH (My Automated Conversation coacH), uses a computer-generated onscreen face, along with facial, speech, and behavior analysis and synthesis software, to simulate face-to-face conversations. It then provides users with feedback on their interactions…



> MIT News : http://bit.ly/14rwJi2

> Eshan Hoque/xx : http://bit.ly/1addEXc

> Affective Computing Group : http://bit.ly/14ryDz2