IBM invents an intelligent music player that knows when you are enjoying a song

The invention works by detecting both physical and physiological reactions of a person listening to a song being played. When you enjoy a song, your body movements and facial expressions are markedly different from that when you listen to a song that you dislike. Apart from these indicators, there are some subtle signs like your heartrate, hand temperature that vary depending on how much you are enjoying a piece of music. These indicators and signs are detected to know whether you like a song or dislike it. For example, the invention looks for signs like bobbing of the head, snapping of the fingers, or tapping of a foot to conclude that you’re enjoying the music and automatically marks the music as your favourite.















Patent Information
Publication number: US 20150363491 A1
Patent Title: System And Method For Using Biometrics To Predict And Select Music Preferences
Publication type: Grant
Application number: US 14/837910
Publication date: 17 Dec 2015
Filing date: 27 Aug 2015
Inventors: Sasha P. Caskey; Dimitri Kanevsky; Sameer R. Maskey; Sainath; Tara N.
Original Assignee: International Business Machines Corporation

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