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Beyond Verbal has a specialized approach by evaluating human voice. Beyond Verbal’s patented technology that analyzes emotions from a speaker's voice in real-time, as they speak. The extraction, decoding and measurement of emotions introduces a whole new dimension of emotional understanding, which we call voice-driven Emotions Analytics.

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VALENCE is a variable ranging from negativity to positivity. When listening to a person talk, it is possible to understand how “positive” or “negative” they feel about the subject, object or event under discussion. AROUSAL is a variable that ranges from tranquility or boredom to alertness and excitement. It corresponds to similar concepts such as level of activation and stimulation.

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Beyond Verbal has a specialized approach by evaluating human voice. Beyond Verbal’s patented technology that analyzes emotions from a speaker’s voice in real-time, as they speak. The extraction, decoding and measurement of emotions introduces a whole new dimension of emotional understanding, which we call voice-driven Emotions Analytics. It has the potential to transform the way we understand ourselves, our emotional well-being, our interactions with machines, and most importantly, the way we communicate with each other.

VALENCE is a variable ranging from negativity to positivity. When listening to a person talk, it is possible to understand how “positive” or “negative” they feel about the subject, object or event under discussion. AROUSAL is a variable that ranges from tranquility or boredom to alertness and excitement. It corresponds to similar concepts such as level of activation and stimulation.

TEMPER is an emotional measure that covers a speaker’s entire mood range. Low temper describes depressive and gloomy moods. Medium temper describes friendly, warm and embracive moods. High temper values describe confrontational, domineering and aggressive moods.

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