Shimada and his team began analyzing the emotions of volunteers.(YouTube grab)
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In a crowd of over 20,000 people on the first day of Banque du Liban Accelerate, curious attendees crammed around Dentsu Science Jam's booth, watching as Kei Shimada and his team began analyzing the emotions of a volunteer.Though the representative of Dentsu Sciences Jam jet sets around the world exploring new markets for the company's product. Dentsu Science Jam, a company harboring 'innovation' at its nucleus, focuses on the future of technology.The company's coveted technology, the "Emotion Analyzer," is a groundbreaking algorithm detecting, analyzing and visualizing the user's brainwaves in five states: interest, like, focus, drowsiness and stress. Many of Dentsu Science Jam's clients, Shimada revealed, are looking to apply neuromarketing strategies on their own clientele.The innovative technology has become attractive to a variety of platforms.
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