Scientists have created online games through emojify.info website to show risks of AI Emotion recognition as the public can try pulling faces to trick the technology, while critics highlight human rights concerns.
Technology is designed to prove valuable in myriad situations, from road safety to market research. But critics say the technology not only raises privacy concerns, but is inaccurate and racially biased.
A team of researchers claimed that this technology can read our emotions, our inner feelings from our faces so the scientists decided to create this game to raise awareness of the technology and promote conversations about its use. The public can try out emotion recognition systems through their own computer cameras. Users are invited to pull a series of faces to fake emotions and see if the system is fooled. To that end, the emotion recognition might not be as efficient as we think it is.