Charles Darwin believed that emotions were essential for evolution because emotions improved chances of survival. For example, the brain uses emotion to keep us at a distance from a dangerous animal (fear), away from rotting food and fecal matter (disgust), in control of our resources (anger), and in pursuit of a good meal or a good mate (pleasure and lust).

Manage your emotions.

Mood tracking explained

Emolate is an emotional search engine which quantifies and stores emotional input data. It was created to help the web evolve its understanding of emotional characteristics. It's also the world's biggest machine learning initiative in the Emotional Intelligence space and the largest database of strutured emotional data. The purpose of Emolate is to quantify content in terms of its emotional qualities and decipher human emotions and moods.

How does it work?

Find relevant content for your mood and discover what drives your emotions. By using Emolate, you are teaching a computer anything from how to 'get the joke' and 'feel the vibe', allowing technology to comprehend the conditions triggering a wide spectrum of human emotions. Using a methodology that allows us to quantify, aggregate and analyze emotional data at scale, our vision is to segment the web by its emotional characteristics and decipher human emotion.

How will you use my data?

We get it - emotional data is personal. That's why we don't require any personal information from you (not even your name). Instead, what we do ask is that you are as honest as possible with regards to expressing yourself on our platform. This benefits the users, the technology as well as yourself! The data is analyzed to identify emotional trends and connections in online content. Ultimately, we hope to leverage this data to enhance our understanding of human psychology and its application in web development.
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