Do you really want a radio that reads your mood?
Radio has advanced from classic wireless sets to a digital device that can recognise your mood.
As technology leaps ahead experts are starting to worry that some people are uncomfortable with clever machines, but would we adapt better to artificial intelligence if the robotic software could read our mood?
For example a radio that measures your emotions and then plays you a song to match your frame of mind.
The BBC's Adrian Lacey puts on happy and angry faces to tune into the Solo radio.
(PIcture: Murphy and Pams radios from the 1950's. Getty Images.)