2nd Automatic Affect Analysis and Synthesis Workshop

in conjunction with the 25th Int. Conf. on Pattern Recognition (ICPR), January 10, 2021, Milan, Italy


Affective computing is a research field that tries to endow machines with capabilities to recognize, interpret and express emotions. On the one hand, the ability to automatically deal with human emotions is crucial in many human computer interaction applications. On the other hand, people express affects through a complex series of actions relating to facial expression, body movements, gestures, voice prosody accompanied by a variety of physiological signals, such as heart rate and sweat, etc.

Thus, goals set by affective computing involve a number of challenging issues on how systems should be conceived built, validated, and compared.

In this perspective, we are soliciting original contributions that address a wide range of theoretical and practical issues including, but not limited to:

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