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Carnegie Mellon built a computer system that is able to read body language

Carnegie Mellon built a computer system that is able to read body language

Researchers from Carnegie Mellon developed technology that is capable of recognizing the body poses and movements of multiple people in real time — right down to the position of a person’s fingers.

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