Tutoring software being developed responds to students' emotions

Researchers are testing new tutoring software that gauges and responds to students' confidence and frustration levels. Building on the success of existing artificial-intelligence programs such as Cognitive Tutor -- used in 2,600 schools nationwide -- the new digital-tutoring programs rely on sensors to assess and respond to a student's emotions with the help of animated characters that act as tutors.

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