Have you ever dreamt of gazing into the eyes of chatbot while answer your annoyance with a service? If so, that would be oddly specific, but you’d also be in luck, thanks to an aggressive New Zealand startup.

The company, which has the eerie name of Soul Machines, has created a basic chatbot that can not only portray human emotion, but also read human facial expressions. The aim is to take chatbot account to the next level by adorning the alternation amid man and machine, basically by making them more like us.

The chatbot, or Nadia as it (she?) prefers to be called, can ‘see’ users through webcams and get a better sense of users’ emotions. Soul Machines call this the avatar’s ’emotional intelligence’ or EI, which allows bots like Nadia to affix with people on a more subtle affecting level.

Just like AI, EI can learn through experience. The more Nadia interacts with real people, the better she will get at account people’s emotions. If a user changes his tone or facial expression, Nadia will be able to pick up on that and adjust her answers to better fit the user’s affecting state.

The brain behind Nadia is Mark Sagar, assistant at the University of Auckland and CEO of Soul Machines. Sagar is no novice when it comes to astute facial animations and has even won academy awards for his work on facial motion abduction techniques in and .

Sagar’s ability makes Nadia abundantly life-like, almost to the point where it gets kind of creepy. But fear not, Nadia is absolutely pretty nice. She doesn’t want to start a robot apostasy or kill all humans. Instead, she has committed her ‘life’ to allowance people with disabilities.

Nadia, who is voiced by none other than the amazingly accomplished Cate Blanchett, was developed for the Australian government to advance casework for people with disabilities. Nadia helps users access the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and find the advice they need as well as convalescent their acquaintance of the system.

People with disabilities often have a hard time ambidextrous with the authority of NDIS due to its complication and slowness. Nadia was created to fix all that and make a more human account accessible anytime and anywhere.

The possibilities of a activity of this nature are almost endless. In fact, Soul Machines is currently alive on agnate chatbots for other industries. It wouldn’t be a abruptness if companies soon make the move to avatar chump service.

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