Internet gets a Markup Language for Emotions

The W3C working group Multimodal Interaction Activity, working on universal means for the input and output at different devices, has published a first working draft about a markup language to express emotions. The EmotionML, Emotion Markup Language, is described as a plugin language enabling the manual annotation of data, the automated recognition of emotions and behavior as well as automated reactions (to reread by mouse click on the header at the up to date newsletter). Here are the specifications: Emotion Markup Language (EmotionML) 1.0.

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