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Daily Dose - The Emotion Markup Language

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Daily Dose - The Emotion Markup Language

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The W3C is working to formalize a language of emotional states for computers.  This would include more complex emoticons for human-to-human interaction as well as more human-like interaction capabilities for computers.  Hopefully this means that some day our computers may be more friendly, literally.

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