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Vocal Expression

Differentiate 28 kinds of vocal expression recognized as conveying distinct meanings, and the many ways they are blended together

SamplesUse this map to explore the outputs of our model for a wide range of test samples
EmotionsAdoration, Amusement, Anger, Awe, Confusion, Contempt, Contentment, Desire, Disappointment, Disgust, Distress, Ecstasy, Embarrassment, Excitement, Fear, Horror, Interest, Joy, Pain, Realization, Relief, Sadness, Surprise, Sympathy, Tiredness, and more
Relevant publicationsMapping 24 emotions conveyed by brief human vocalizationThe ICML 2022 Expressive Vocalizations Workshop and Competition: Recognizing, generating, and personalizing vocal burstsThe ACII 2022 Affective Vocal Bursts Workshop & Competition: Understanding a critically understudied modality of emotional expression

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