Facial Recognition: Inconsistent and Superficial

New research proves that facial recognition cannot be trusted to accurately measure emotions. While there is an entire industry crafted around this pseudo-science, facial expressions have been found to be ‘almost always wrong.’ These expressions are heavily influenced by culture, background, and context, and no one-size fits all solution can be trusted to accurately analyze … Continue reading Facial Recognition: Inconsistent and Superficial

Why Surveys Are Outdated

Employee surveys have been used, nearly unchanged, for the past 100 years. This outdated tool does not measure how employees truly feel and the emotional triggers influencing their productivity and workplace involvement. These factors, which employers are trying to measure, cannot be measured by the classic employee survey currently in use. Employees will either ignore … Continue reading Why Surveys Are Outdated