The emotionally aware Painting Fool may sound like a stereotypically temperamental artist, but it’s actually a smart piece of software from Imperial College London. Fed a short video clip of a person, the Fool determines the overriding emotion in the subject’s face – anger, say – and then chooses an appropriately “angry” brush style and colour palette with which to paint their portrait. The software won the British Computer Society/Electrolux machine intelligence award last week. Is it a case of “that’s all folks” for HD-DVD, the high-definition disc format pioneered by Toshiba?
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