Researchers from the Blavatnik School of Computer Science of the Tel Aviv University have developed programmes that can be used to create computers with emotions. The computer has been programmed such that it realises its errors and remembers not to repeat them.
Researchers have developed programmes that will make the computer realise its mistakes and operate much faster by remembering not to commit them in the future. These programmes will ensure the computer deliberately perform functions that would be prevented from being executed. The computer would, thus, fathom the difference between the outcome it expects and the reality, making it regret its actions.
Although these futuristic computers are not really emote, they are remarkable as they are capable of predicting the outcome and operate at a much faster pace than the existing ones.