MiKE

MiKE

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MiKE comes up with a plan...

The Big Question: How can we affordably integrate knowledge of emotions and context into technology to provide a more comprehensive translating experience? Our solution involves developing an alternate approach to that of current AI algorithms by including more “human” information into the training data. This way, the algorithm is more

MiKE consults some experts...

Our question: How can we affordably integrate knowledge of emotions and context into technology to provide a more comprehensive translating experience? We hope to be able to address specific situations such as the legal and medical arenas, which can involve people in highly charged emotional states and cultural contexts, yet

MiKE refines their solutions

The two solutions that we identified from our previous post were:Direct brain stimulation → translation: identifying parts of the brain that register semantic and/or emotional/cultural/contextual information of certain words, and directly stimulating those parts of the brain in conjunction with learning the wordIncorporating physiological/emotion/contextual states

MiKE test 1, 2, 3...

Our initial pitch posited the idea of having a universal, “perfectly” accurate translator, in which cultural and even emotional nuances could be captured and transmitted. Though it is undeniable that translation technology has come to become a very powerful tool, there is no doubt that expanding its breadth to account

Problems regarding language and universal communication

Huge Question/Problem: While we have not yet narrowed down our focus to just one question, we have three different possibilities in regards to language and its role in the world. Two of our problems are quite similar and deal with overcoming the language barrier through technology in as seamless

Open MiKE

Who we are! Meet Ellis (el-lease), a super senior studying Cognitive Science with a concentration in Computation and Cognition. She is from South Jersey and has interests in technology and computational aspects of linguistics. Hullo, I'm Mikaal, a sober sophomore studying in the College, potentially majoring in Cognitive Science but