"emotions" is very different from human judgment.

I'm always confused about the results given by "emotions". Compared with the sample videos, I found that the video indexer may be less accurate in judging Chinese emotions. An exaggerated facial expression will be identified as a positive emotion, which may actually be that just the pronunciation of the word needs, or speak angrily, or awkwardly. Gentle smile can also be identified as negative emotions....By the way, It can only identify a few fragments, Most of the time it can't judge emotions. For example, this vedio have 14 emotions fragment, 8 of them was different from human judgment. (you can find the vedio on:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RiG-0lZ60IQ&t=99s)

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    Thank you for reaching out. Video indexer identifies emotions based on speech content and audio cues and it doesn't rely on facial expresions. We rely on translation for non-English languages. Inaccurate trasnlation could lead to misinterpretation of emotional states.
    Posted by Hidden Sun, 03 Mar 2019 14:30:24 GMT


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