Teachers are using facial recognition to see if students are paying attention


Remember those days of being in school struggling to concentrate in class? Well, a school in France is hoping to tackle those wandering minds by using technology.

ESG Business School in Paris is starting an artificial intelligence program which will identify whether students are paying attention in class. 

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From September, software called Nestor (like the butler in The Adventures of Tintin comic book) will use students’ webcams to examine eye movements and facial expressions to establish whether they’re actually attentive to a video lecture.  Read more…

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