Computer science and health experts are coming together to create voice assistants that are ready to provide emotional and health support responses to people.

The upcoming CES will feature discussions on the power of artificial intelligence, and how to incorporate personalized commands into modern day gadgets. Booths focusing on health and wellness will also have a section in the show.

“People do personify these chatbots: They’re confidants, they’re advisers, they’re companions, people will develop relationships, so we should design them with that in mind.” Affectiva’s CEO Rana el Kaliouby stated in an interview.

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