The company SwiftKey analyzed more than a billion pieces of emoji data, organized by language and country. According to SwiftKey’s chief marketing officer, Joe Braidwood, the results were fascinating. Here’s a sample of what researchers found:
People are mostly likely to send happy faces:
“The overall thing we noticed is that 70 percent of all emojis sent are positive and so that’s probably a good thing that we’re talking to each other positively and using emoji to enhance that,” Braidwood says. —NPR.
Sports Illustrated Published Articles by Fake, AI-Generated Writers
Steampunk officer uniforms -- test #Blender3D #Unity3D
Jumpsuit for a female mechanic in my #neovictorian #steampunk project. #blender3d #unity3d
Body Parts #StarTrek #DS9 Rewatch (Season 4, Episode 25) Quark announces he's dying; Kira ...
Happy ice cream turkey cake day.
Finished the female officers for my neovictorian steampunk personal project. #blender3d, #...