Ducks, dorks and deviants: Wackiest stories of 2008

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A researcher has discovered a way to use facial expressions to speed and slow video playback. By using a combination of facial expression recognition software and automated tutoring technology Jacob Whitehill, a computer science PhD student from UC San Diego's Jacobs School of Engineering, is leading the project that is part of a larger venture to use automated facial expression recognition to make robots more effective teachers.

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