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It’s not guaranteed to be completely effective, of course (what if you’re particularly stoic?), and it’s easy to see students being nervous about the privacy ramifications of scanning faces. Wei is sharing his approach with other Chinese universities, however, which suggests that it’s successful enough. And the underlying tech isn’t limited to the classroom — Wei sees it applying to psychology, social sciences and anywhere else where measuring emotional changes could be useful.

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