The chair for Embedded Intelligence in Healthcare and Wellbeing is looking for two students to support our research.
Topic: emotion recognition from facial and physiological information.
Qualification: skills in Machine Learning and Data Analysis
Workload: 40h/month (no degree yet) bzw. 36h/Monat (bachelor degree)
Duration: June 1 2021 to Dec 31 2021
Die Sprachanalyse spielt bereits im heutigen Leben eine Rolle: Sprache kann aufgenommen, verarbeitet und übersetzt werden. SprachApps, die Erkrankungen anhand von Stimme und Sprache analysieren können, sind bereits in der Entwicklung. Nun geht das Team um Prof. Dr. Björn Schuller den nächsten Schritt: Mit dem im Januar 2021 gestarteten Projekt „ADI0NOMOUS“ erforschen sie Klang insgesamt.
Can a COVID-19 infection be detected based on your voice and sounds? This is what the speech and audio analysis app developed by Prof. Dr. Björn W. Schuller, Professor of Artificial Intelligence and Digital Health is developed for. It estimates the probability of being infected with the corona virus based on prolonged vowels or a text that has been read aloud or free speech. First results are highly promising, but the app is still being improved and tested, in particular by collecting more data.
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Congratulations to EIHW researcher Jing Han on the successful defence of her doctoral thesis on the 25th June! Jing defended her PhD, titled ‚Automated Deep Audiovisual Emotional Behaviour Analysis in the Wild‘, in person and online via Zoom.
Congratulations to former EIHW researcher Gil Keren on the successful defence of his doctoral thesis on the 16th June! A candidate at the University of Passau, Gil defended his PhD, ‚Neural Network Supervision: Notes on Loss Functions, Labels and Confidence Estimation‘, online via Zoom.
To participate productively in working life at an advanced age and to spend one's leisure time with a high quality of life is the wish of many older people. In an international project, the computer scientist Prof. Björn Schuller is investigating how digital technologies and artificial intelligence can support this goal.