Today's episode features the MIT Media Lab's Dr. Rosalind "Roz" Picard, the woman who helped launch the field of wearable technology and who now studies emotional computing. 

If you want to get even deeper into Dr. Picard's research and findings, we've got you covered.

 This is Dr. Picard wearing "The Galvactivator" which senses skin conductivity and stress on the palms and connects it to an LED light that glows when the wearer is excited or thinking significant thoughts.

This is Dr. Picard wearing "The Galvactivator" which senses skin conductivity and stress on the palms and connects it to an LED light that glows when the wearer is excited or thinking significant thoughts.

For more from Dr. Picard herself, follow her on Twitter: @RosalindPicard

You can read more about her work (and find some of her papers) here: http://web.media.mit.edu/~picard/

And here's a link to the homepage for the Affective Computing Lab: https://www.media.mit.edu/groups/affective-computing/overview/

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AuthorChris Duffy