NEWS4 September 2013

Academics join Realeyes advisory board

People UK

UK — Academics Jeffrey Cohn and Maja Pantic have joined the advisory board of emotion measurement technology company Realeyes.

Cohn, who joins from facial measurement firm Affectiva, is professor of psychology and psychiatry at the University of Pittsburgh and adjunct professor of computer science at the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University. 

Pantic is professor of affective and behavioural computing at Imperial College, London and a member of the Intelligent Behaviour Understanding Group.

Working with Realeyes’ chief technology officer, the company said they would accelerate Realeyes’ research & development, help advance the product offering and identify the leading talent in tracking facial expressions and measuring emotions. 

Mihkel Jäätma, Realeyes’ CEO: “Jeffrey and Maja are the ‘Dream Team’ that will help us stay at the forefront of the latest science on using machines to measure human emotion.”