T.0. Morrow wrote:
>What a clever idea, Greg! ... it would suffice for EML to correlate
>directly with face muscles. Consider, for instance, that recent research
>suggests that analysis of the muscles involved can distinguish between "fake"
>(read, "consciously generated") and genuine smiles.
Unfortunately I think this highlights a big problem with this approach:
facial expressions only credibly communicate emotions because they
are in part involuntary. When people consciously choose their facial
expressions to communicate via EML, they may not credibly communicate
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