The American Bar Association has taken greater notice of emotional AI as a tool for honing courtroom and marketing performance. It is not clear if the storied group has caught up with the controversy that follows the comparatively new field.
Facial recognition software is becoming a greater part of our everyday lives. The police use it to investigate crime. Smartphones and computers use it to secure data. Businesses use it to provide more customized, targeted solutions and experiences for its customers. Even bar examiners used it to conduct remote testing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Reynen Court, the leader in bringing pre-vetted cloud-based legal technology solutions and eDiscovery software to law firms and legal departments worldwide, has partnered with EmotionTrac. EmotionTrac provides a groundbreaking AI-powered software platform that measures and analyzes emotional reactions to video content in real-time such as depositions or expert witness testimony.
The artificial intelligence-powered software utilizes facial detection through a mobile app to capture the visceral reactions of focus group participants in the blink of an eye.
With courts opening and backlogs growing, lawyers are leveraging Artificial Intelligence to move fast and prepare for their trials. EmotionTrac was recently awarded a patent for their Emotional Intelligence software that analyzes facial expressions, which is now helping attorneys with trial preparation.
Ever wondered if a regular witness, or an expert witness, will be convincing, credible or engaging in court? Ever asked out loud if there was a test that showed how people responded on an emotional level to others involved in a court case?
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