Real-Time Face Expression and Emotion Detection Using Machine Learning and CNN

  • S V S Prasad, Banoth Ravi, Mondru Sathish


Not everything in today's society is dependent on people. By performing a small number of actions, artificial intelligence has simplified things for humans. In certain processes, notably, AI has surpassed human performance. We employ AI because of its comparatively high accuracy and cheap maintenance costs. Today, numerous platforms use AI. We'll keep teaching robots to think like people and to only carry out instructions from people. Train the machine to understand what jobs it must do, when those duties must be completed, and where those activities must be completed. Images and videos may be scanned, processed, and analysed by AI. Using this technique, we can forecast someone's emotions in the present while simultaneously detecting them in a recorded system. Today, one of the hardest challenges is to recognise facial emotions. Without human interaction, AI will be able to anticipate human emotions. Artificial intelligence topics include image processing, machine learning, and deep learning. These subjects include a range of algorithms, including those for picture recognition and the categorization of text data. AI may be taught to do this job by showing it how to interpret human emotions from visual cues. By showing AI how people behave in various contexts and how their facial expressions vary, humans may educate them to understand emotions. Give the programme several human face expressions in various situations so that it can recognise them. Discover the variations between them in frames. to be able to foretell emotions and facial expressions with accuracy. In this research, the CNN (Convolutional Neural Network) method is used to predict the facial expressions. It is a more effective algorithm than earlier ones.

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S V S Prasad, Banoth Ravi, Mondru Sathish. (2022). Real-Time Face Expression and Emotion Detection Using Machine Learning and CNN. Design Engineering, (1), 4772 - 4785. Retrieved from