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Published on Dec 11, 2012
Dec. 11 - Japan is preparing to elect a new government in a general election scheduled for Sunday and, while campaign managers are working hard on behalf of their candidates, there's one trick they have probably missed in finding an advantage. It's called Sentient, an emotion detector developed in Spain which offers politicians a scientific insight into the electorate's feelings. Jim Drury has the story.