Facial emotion detection using convolutional neural network algorithm
by G.R. Karpagam; B.S. Balasarath; Jeffrey Y. Nicholas; R. Lokesh; Shibi S. Rahul; Souradrita Sarkar
International Journal of Adaptive and Innovative Systems (IJAIS), Vol. 3, No. 2, 2022

Abstract: Emotions form a part and parcel of our human life. As emotions are a direct reflection of our inner self, it is possible to understand the state of mind of people. Some of the common human emotions are happy, sad, anger, disgust, fear and neutral. Several types of research have been done in the field of facial expression detection out of which the method of using a convolutional neural network proved to be the most reliable and accurate. This paper makes use of CNN architectures like Inception Resnet V2 and Xception to predict the emotion of psychiatric patients from the input video file. The results of the prediction will then be published in the form of graphs in a pdf file.

Online publication date: Mon, 25-Jul-2022

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