Amazon is reportedly working on an Alexa-powered wearable that tracks the Human Emotions


Amazon is reportedly working on a wearable gadget that will be able to detect your emotions. This gadget will be powered by Amazon’s Voice AI Alexa which will get paired with your smartphone to use the microphones to trace your emotions from your voice, reports Bloomberg.

In addition, the device is also reported to offer suggestions on how to better interact with other people in your surrounding by tracking your day-to-day behavior with others. The company will use its new system which was developed back in 2017 that uses vocal pattern analysis to determine someone’s emotional state. However, some refinements have been made in the tech to remove the background news.

Behind the technology, the Alexa team is said to be working with the group that created Amazon’s Echo smart speakers. The company is also reported to carry out a beta test that checks out the software and hardware to use in this device before making it out of the testing lineup. Eventually, if this concept emerges to reality, this would be one of the advanced devices to be available in the market.

This is one among those projects of Amazon that will boost the Alexa-powered product lineup. The company is also reported to working on an Alexa-powered Air-Pod style wireless earbuds in the last month. However, no more information made available after that rumor about that device. Overall, this seems to be one of the most interesting projects of Amazon that will surely boost the Alexa-powered product lineup of the company.

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Source Bloomberg

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