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Founded by 2 cognitive scientist, Affective Signals is using AI tools to make us better people.
 
Technology never seizes to amaze me. Affective Signals, a small start-up from Berlin develops the technology to detect social signals in human interaction. The purpose of the technology is to provide actionable feedback on how one's behavior shapes the quality of interaction in a diverse range of fields and situations like negotiations, presentations, and healthcare consultations. Using such technology people can self-coach to improve in their social abilities.


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We develop software that analyzes video and audio recordings of human interactions that involve two or more people. It senses non-verbal signals such as posture, expressive bodily movements, facial expressions, as well as intonation or rate of speech. These signals are automatically quantified ...
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Germans can be self-ironic - well made commercial by Lufthansa.

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Yes, “German jokes are no laughing matter”, as they say…
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Climate guru James Hansen predicts that all coastal cities are in danger from a fast acting positive feedback loop of melting ice and higher heat absorption of fresh water.

Link to the Article:
http://www.atmos-chem-phys.net/16/3761/2016/acp-16-3761-2016.pdf
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+Terry Miller  You will be glad to hear then, that the article is not about CO2, but about the power of the sun heating up fresh water surface water faster than deep salty water. So send my regards to your Uncle Al. He is smarter than you give him credit for.
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True words from a giant of insight into what it means to know something.
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When seeing someone posing with a selfie stick in public I feel a bit like observing auto-eroticism in public - like PDAs, except PDAs of a person with oneself. It somehow seems like behavior that doesn't really belong in the public space. 

Do you feel similar when you see people posing with a selfie stick, or is this completely acceptable behavior and I am getting it wrong?
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Interesting dimension you are bringing in +AmyBeth Inverness.

From my perspective it doesn't seem to be mothers with kids who are using the stick currently. I see mostly women, yes, but young and single, using it in an attempt to position themselves as adventurous/exciting/well travelled/with celebrities/or wealthy.

Of course the habit of using the stick might carry over into their families once they have children but that remains to be seen.

Also these days I see much more men than women carry (and use) cameras. That might help with the family pictures as well. 
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Technology never ceases to amaze me. Affective Signals, a small start-up from Berlin develops the technology to detect social signals in human interaction. The purpose of the technology is to provide actionable feedback on how one's behavior shapes the quality of interaction in a diverse range of fields and situations like negotiations, presentations, and healthcare consultations. Using such technology people can self-coach to improve in their social abilities.


Disclosure: I am advising Affective Signals on Marketing related questions
We develop software that analyzes video and audio recordings of human interactions that involve two or more people. It senses non-verbal signals such as posture, expressive bodily movements, facial expressions, as well as intonation or rate of speech. These signals are automatically quantified ...
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Map of countries believing the date format mm/dd/yyyy is a global norm.

Looks awfully similar to the map of countries using the imperial system:
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Color coded map showing countries which use the mm/dd/yy date format...
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I always use yyyy-mm-dd because computers.
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Marching bands - why not always like this? 
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More religion surely isn't helping the situation.

There is neither a need to turn an act of terrorism into a reason to damn one religion nor to instill a righteous believe into another. Keep religion out of it.
 
"Pray for Paris" seems a cruel slogan to direct at a country whose very existence is a mass secular revolt against religious authority."
~ Doug Sanders, Globe and Mail

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A nice way to cook
Spice up your meals with these 9 simple blends that you can easily make at home.
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Religion might not be the solution against increasing selfish tendencies in societies but rather part of the problem, study says.
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A great dining experience in a small but fine restaurant. The size allows for very personal service and the food is amazing. A true gem.
Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
Great atmosphere and nice food - unfortunately a bit pricy and - on sunny days - very crowded. Don't succumb to the temptation to spend the day out and then trying to get some cake and tea here. They are likely sold out on the cake front. Come early.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Crappy service and confusing layout.
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
The former Earlsfield Deli is now called "Bean & Hop". They still serve warm food and pizza but the days of cold cuts and cheese are over. It is now much more focussed on what they undoubtedly do well: Coffee and Artisan Beer.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Great minimalist hotel with beautiful Art Deco features. The vibe in the hotel breathes its past when it used to be host to Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Ella Fitzgerald and many more jazz giants in its days as Badewanne Club and later to David Bowie, Iggy Pop and many others - as Berlin's Studio 54 - when it was called Dschungel.
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Best Tapas in London. Try the Rose Cava.
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
As most US airports Dallas makes for a horrible passenger experience for transferring between flights, but this one is especially bad. Avoid at all costs. While automated immigration was a positive surprise, the entire airport is a functional mess. For transfers you need to leave the secure area and go through security again. To do so you need to follow very unclear sign posts which are in 50% of the cases directly contradictory to the statements of the staff (e.g express transfer should go in the line with crewmembers according to the signposts but not to the staff member right next to it). The staff is rude, lacks empathy and flexibility in thinking and is overall simply unprofessional but arrogant based on the power they have based on their 'uniform'. Worst, they are generally completely useless when asked a question (like estimated time to the gate) After separating my family at immigration we were told to wait for the others away from the immigration area. As our flight connection was very tight and our missing family member did not show up after a significant wait, had to escalate the situation by two levels before we were even allowed to check were our missing family member was. It turned out she was lead down a different route and we had waited in vain. Had we followed the instructions as given, we would have missed our flight. Overall, the mental rigidity of the staff makes the entire experience so appalling, I'd advice to avoid Dallas Fort Worth airport at all costs.
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