Sciweavers

Share
IJCNN
2008
IEEE

Adaptive curiosity for emotions detection in speech

9 years 4 months ago
Adaptive curiosity for emotions detection in speech
— Exploratory activities seem to be crucial for our cognitive development. According to psychologists, exploration is an intrinsically rewarding behaviour. The developmental robotics aims to design computational systems that are endowed with such an intrinsic motivation mechanism. There are possible links between developmental robotics and machine learning. Affective computing takes into account emotions in human machine interactions for intelligent system design. The main difficulty to implement automatic detection of emotions in speech is the prohibitive labelling cost of data. Active learning tries to select the most informative examples to build a training set for a predictive model. In this article, the adaptive curiosity framework is used in terms of active learning terminology, and directly compared with existing algorithms on an emotion detection problem.
Alexis Bondu, Vincent Lemaire
Added 31 May 2010
Updated 31 May 2010
Type Conference
Year 2008
Where IJCNN
Authors Alexis Bondu, Vincent Lemaire
Comments (0)
books