Physiognomy of symbolical emotions.
Hexagram of the canon of changes YiKing 25.

programming of artificial intellect and computer consciousness of androids technical machines or androids as anthropomorphic humanoid robots

If you are developer or engineer of robotized technical machines or androids, and if you create anthropomorphic humanoid robots or computer software for programming of artificial intellect then communication functions and emotional reactions of automatic mechanisms to events of world around can correspond with hexagrams of the canon of changes Yi King and logic combinations of words which describe values of human facial emotions in online galleries of this website.
In essence according to hexagrams of the canon of changes as developer or engineer of anthropomorphic humanoid mechanisms and artificial computer intellect you can create very different logic formulas and combinations of words according to which technical robots and androids will be similar to human persons.


Emotions of social relationships.
individual mind does not depend on public consciousness.
Eyes: personal volition predominates over collective will.
Mouth: private needs subordinate to social requirements.
Personality of a man or woman influences public will, but corporative consciousness is indifferent to individual mind, and consequently social needs influence private requirements.

Personal mutual relations.
you do not think of people and-or companions do not regard you.
Eyes: you wish to see people and-or companions need your presence.
Mouth: you can not speak and-or companions do not listen to you.

Mental attitudes.
your notion is neutral to opinions of people.
Eyes: your point of view determines sights of people.
Mouth: your words are caused by assertions of people.

You aspire to people who cannot understand you and with whom you are not capable to communicate.


Following 26 physiognomic symbol in gallery.
About programming of artificial intellect and computer consciousness of androids, also anthropomorphic humanoid robots and personages of theatrical characters.