字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 I believe that the next frontier in one on one analytics will be emotional analytics, not sentimental heretics, emotional analytics, emotions drive decisions and actions. For better or for worse. We have to make sure people are informed about how we are using those kind of powers, indeed, to make sure that we are using them for good or so now. We're not just talking about understanding emotions. I'm stalking about recreating them for user's. About three years ago, I was sitting in that very comfortable armchair. On my left was a young couple, a young lady with a boyfriend on my right young Japanese couple, then speak much English behind me, the grandmother in a grandson. At one moment sitting there, I catch the eye of that young lady on my left. I never met her before. I never seen her before, and I have spoken to her. But I knew exactly what she was thinking exactly. Her boyfriend had no idea. No, no, no, no. It may not be. It's not what you may think, but I'll come back to that story later. Um, emotions are made of what Vladimir Yankelovich called Luna sequel Quest, and he almost nothing and the I don't know what and I just putting those there so you can say it in French. I have no accent, but part of what we're doing there is that these elements of emotions are put together. They are transient, they are very elusive. But they're raising Nate among us in a very profound and sometimes mysterious way. Sometimes when we look at those, we understand that regardless of our culture or where we come from, they really bring us together and they are deeply rooted in our humanity. It's actually pretty strange to see how people play games. You probably be in the pub where game is being played and score discord. Gola try touchdown and people start high fiving each other. If the accomplishment is really good, then it's not hugging each other people they never met before and you never see again afterwards. But you're sharing that experience, re strangers off something that's really profoundly coming out of you. People play games in very strange ways to I never seen people getting so involved and emotionally implicated. When they play games, they pound machine the yell at the machine and they get so involved in this right? It's unbelievable how they do this. Those element had come out of us. You wonder, Can we capture them? Is there a way to be able to get at them? Well, actually, a company has done that. It's called zio design, but zero design does is try to understand whether the element that are producing those emotions, capturing them, categorizing them and then re using them for analytics afterwards the identified actually full types of fun. The 1st 1 is hard, fun fear. Oh, I want to crush my open it. I'm gonna win this actually a spot manufacturer of goods as used this for communication. Those kind of elements. The 2nd 1 is easy, fun, easy very was the exploration discovery curiosity. The third type is serious fun. It's about Zen and relaxation. And actually an ally in company has used those elements in their communication for marketing. The last one is people Fun is having fun together. Bonding, coaching, working together. Nickel Lazaro, CEO of Zeal Design and her team have elicited all these elements. Across is different ideas to be able to generate and understand how these are coming together with predictive analytics. We can actually do two things with this one. We can start to understand the correlation among the data and link that data with the elements I just mentioned. The second step is to take all that daytime, those elements we just gathered from the data we get on a daily basis and associate them with behavior and compartment. And that way, with those behaviors, we can actually recreate them with emotional models. We link those that predictive models, and we can start to have something we can recreate some part of those as well. Once we put them together and we have that going, we can say Mob. It's not just about sending more stuff to more people. We can actually do something good with this. We can actually push it to the next stage. About when my daughter was about three years old, she had done choose placing a year's very minor surgery just to help with chronic ear infections. The surgeon we took her to in New York City told us that they were skating those procedures on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Actually, they were also scheduling very sophisticated and complete complicated procedures for adults at the same times And then they had the kids and the adults recovering in same large recovery room. And they had empirical data to show that adults recorded a lot faster when exposed to kids that were with them there. It draws upon a sentiment of no emotion of compassion, empathy, where people send to do this. Now imagine like I did the geek, I am to say, How can a capture this? Can I get that data? Can you give me cannot recreate those? Can I build those emotional model for healing together? Is it possible? Can we do this? And then you can apply those models to a whole range of patients, not even the recovery room in different places, but use that also to able to generate those feelings. Now, if we can do that, when what can we just pick the elements that also help kids learn better in mathematics and physics, maybe the art aspect of what they are doing, which is much more interesting? And they want to capture that, too, and take those emotional models and put them into the learning system. Maybe some software that we use for learning, and if we can do that What can we just like citizens and day town citizens and cities to take people to say, Well, you like to volunteer for specific type of tats. And why don't you go and do that and capture those models for it too? No. Let me come back to I'm sure you're dying to know that young lady whose mind I was reading. I was sitting over there in that armchair about three years ago. I received an invitation to my local movie theater to see Star Trek the next Generation 25th anniversary with two hours of episodes and interview from the cast. Unreal. And it was about 30 seconds of unseen footage to 30 seconds. No, no, I would not pay $300 for this. And so we're there. And at that specific moment, Patrick Stewart, Captain Jean Luc Picard is talking about the flute. Why is playing the flute in the nape is owed? And how come it's a recurring theme across entire franchise of the next generation, and we're not. While we've been wondering about this for a while, that finally the answer was there. I turned to my left and that young lady was looking at me. I knew exactly where she was thinking. We share that amazing cultural bond for a moment. And actually, you know what? In those three hours in that theater, I felt a lot closer many times than with members of my own family. We can do this. We can reproduce and take on the despairs. It is emotions and capture them in such a way that you can recreate those experiences make you both feel better at work to use those models. For that, it's perfectly possible we have to be cautious as usual with the privacy issues, the security issues and the others that might calm, actually that also are uncovered by that's new users of the data. It's very important, but it's not because we don't have all the answers that you should not be asking the right questions with great powers from great responsibilities.