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Improving the Ability of AI Systems to Recognize Human Emotion

by Michael McLaughlin
TV show characters faces and body movements are highlighted to show their emotions.

Researchers from Yonsei University in South Korea and the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne have released a dataset of 13,000 videos to improve the ability of AI to recognize human emotions. The researchers annotated the clips, which are from television shows such as Friends, according to seven emotion categories, including happy, disgust, and neutral. The researchers also released a dataset of 70,000 annotated images from the video dataset.

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