We are on the cusp of a new era of communication, where computer science is beginning to intersect with psychology to create a new field of study. In recent years, computer science has made great strides in the field of natural language processing (NLP). NLP is a branch of artificial intelligence that deals with the interactions between computers and human languages.
Today we’re introducing Ath3na’s Emotional Language Processing (ELP), a new field of research pioneered by Ath3na Insights Inc. This new field is focused on using natural language processing to process and understand emotions, and how we can use this to improve human communication, machine-to-human (M2H) and human-to-human (H2H) connectedness.
Ath3na’s ELP is still in its early stages, and there is a vision of promise beyond sentiment analysis and emotion recognition, and evidence that suggests that Ath3na's Emotional Language Processing can have a positive impact on our lives.
For example, we have found early evidence that people who use a computer program designed to help them process emotions are more likely to report feeling happier and less stressed than those who do not use the program. Furthermore, people who use Ath3na's Emotional Language Processing program are more likely to correctly identify the emotions of others.
There are a number of potential applications for Ath3na's Emotional Language Processing. For example, this technology could be used to help people with social anxiety disorder or autism spectrum disorder. It could also be used to help people who are struggling to process their emotions after a traumatic event.
Ath3na’s ELP could also be used to create more user-friendly interfaces that can adapt to our emotional state. MIT Sloan Review suggests that “new emotion-sensing technologies can help employees make better decisions, improve concentration, and adopt healthier and more productive work styles.” 
We are on the cusp of a new era of communication and understanding. Ath3na's Emotional Language Processing is the key to unlocking it.
This is just the beginning of Ath3na’s Emotional Language Processing, and there is much more to be discovered. But the potential impact on our lives is huge, and we are excited to see what the future holds for this new field of research