Amazon is reportedly making a wearable device meant to read your emotions

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Amazon is at the forefront of selling speakers that listen to people's conversations. However, this rumored development reaches a whole new level of creepy.

Bloomberg reported on Thursday that the e-commerce giant is developing a device to be worn on the wrist that would recognize its users emotional state through their voice commands. The report is based on internal documents Bloomberg acquired as well as Amazon patent filings from recent years that line up with the device's supposed feature set.

Internally called Dylan, the wearable will supposedly work with a smartphone app to analyze your voice and figure out how you're feeling. From there, it could do all sorts of things, such as recommend a specific meal or product. Bloomberg's report also suggested the device could help wearers get better at interacting with others, but it's unclear how exactly that would work. Read more...

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