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A new trigger-warning detector which sound alarms when it detects offensive speech has been unveiled at Dubai Design Week.

The Themis is a lamp-sized device intended to 'moderate' debate in classrooms and universities and 'manifest political correctness' into a product.

The small device could even be used to police language at dinner parties and family gatherings and its developers have said it hopes that Themis will encourage 'self-critique'.

The Themis (pictured) emits irritating sounds when it detects racial slurs and 'offensive' jokes

The Themis will emit irritating sounds when it detects offensive speech has been said around it

Zinah Issa, who unveiled the device in Dubai, told The Telegraph: 'Through the use of speech recognition and sound sensors we were able to program Themis to detect offensive terms - racial slurs, offensive jokes - through the microphone.

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The device is named for Themis, the Greek goddess of justice and social order. 

Themis is currently being trialled for use in classrooms and universities to 'moderate' debate (stock image)

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Themis is being currently trialled in classrooms and universities with a view to a wider roll-out soon.

The design were unveiled at the Global Grad Show where students from across the Middle East and North Africa were invited to share their work.

The show, which takes place annually at the Dubai Design Week festival, was moved online this year due to the pandemic.

The graduate portion of the festival concluded yesterday. 

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    Paint Mixing

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    Slime Poking

    Slime-poking is a subgenre of ASMR all its own, and there are many compilations of the "best-of" slime poking. It's not for everybody, but if slime poking relaxes you to watch, you really can't go wrong.

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    RELATED:5 Gross Yet Satisfying Cleaning Tasks Going Viral on TikTok

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    What exactly is visual ASMR?

    While you're sampling, you may stumble upon a sub-type of ASMR: visual ASMR. While most people who react to ASMR videos are having a response to auditory stimuli (think whispering, tapping, even eating sounds), the audio isn't acting alone. As Richard points out, there are ASMR podcasts with no visual element at all that aren't nearly as popular as the videos. Why? Because the sound and the sights work together to create that relaxed feeling. In many if not most ASMR videos, the sound is the most important element and the visuals are secondary, but in visual ASMR this relationship is reversed.

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    Visual ASMR Examples

    To help you get a sense of what visual ASMR looks like—and to see if they help bring you a sense of calm—below are some popular (and mesmerizing) examples of the soothing power of visual ASMR.

    Cake Decorating

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    Paint Mixing

    Paint-mixing is soothing to watch in general—add in a POV that lets you see the hands doing the mixing and it's a recipe for ASMR success. There is a pickle for some reason, too (we can't explain it either), but watch as the artist mixes paint to match the exact color of the object in the video. So satisfying.

    Slime Poking

    Slime-poking is a subgenre of ASMR all its own, and there are many compilations of the "best-of" slime poking. It's not for everybody, but if slime poking relaxes you to watch, you really can't go wrong.

    Keyboard Cleaning

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