Reading Pain in a Human Face


Click Here to Read:  Reading Pain in a Human Face By Jan Hoffman in The New York Times on April 28, 2014.

Can you tell which expressions show real pain and which ones are feigned? A study found that human observers had no better than a 55 percent rate of success, even with training, while a computer was accurate about 85 percent of the time. (The answers: A. Fake. B. Real. C. Real.)

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