Spotify will take our voice answers by asking some questions and try to understand our mood by analyzing them with artificial intelligence algorithms. Lists will also be proposed accordingly.
A controversial move has come from music industry giant Spotify as the WhatsApp app’s new contract sharing personal data has taken on new storms. Spotify will understand our mood by listening to us.
Music apps can generally offer you playlists based on your preferred song genres. There are even those who increase sensitivity by taking into account the music searches you make on the Internet. Spotify is taking it a step further.
In a patent application filed by the company, it is understood that it has developed an algorithm to understand the mood by analyzing the voice of the users. The algorithm asks the user questions and asks for answers by voice.
Then he can process these answers with artificial intelligence and make predictions such as happy, sad, angry, normal, under stress. Or he can tell if he’s alone or in a crowded group. He’s making suggestions for that, as well.
It is thought that Spotify can make more interesting lists, taking into account the age and city of the user. The company states that such personalized recommendations are normal for media streaming applications.