AI News, Augmented and virtual reality will involve human senses in verifying the operations of information systems

Augmented and virtual reality will involve human senses in verifying the operations of information systems

In the future, machines and AI systems will have a deeper understanding of the actions of their human users.

Even now, AI is able to generate an image of what a human is watching on the screen just by recording brain activity or deduce the emotions of people from microexpressions taken from their faces.

In the Human Verifiable Computing project, VTT used augmented and virtual reality to develop solutions for building trust between people and systems and facilitating the verification of information security.

Augmented reality was also utilized to give multisensory feedback by showing visual instructions to a maintenance worker who turns a valve and receives an error message if the valve is operated incorrectly.

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