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The goal of the MPLab is to develop systems that perceive and interact with humans in real time using natural communication channels. To this effect we are developing perceptual primitives to detect and track human faces and to recognize facial expressions. We are also developing algorithms for robots that develop and learn to interact with people on their own. Applications include personal robots, perceptive tutoring systems, and system for clinical assessment, monitoring, and intervention.

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    Nick@CVPR: FaceL is a SourceForge project for naming people in front of a kiosk using opencv+libsvm. We may want to modify it for Einstein.

    Nick@CVPR: Oxford’s Visual Geometry Group has a good dataset for face tracking based on Buffy episodes. They give out labels but no video.

    http://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/Birth-of-a-Robot.html

    Here are directions for compiling OpenCV libraries that are suitable for the iPhone:

    http://ildan.blogspot.com/2008/07/creating-universal-static-opencv.html

    Slate has a pretty scathing review of Wolfram Alpha

    http://www.slate.com/id/2218594

    This should be a big lesson for us. Remember, under promise and over deliver. It’s better to do a few simple things really well than to have huge bredth without depth.

    Talk announcement:

    The UCSD Department of Psychology is honored to present a talk by
    David Matsumoto
    San Francisco State University

    “Human Facial Expressions of Emotion: New Empirical Findings and Theoretical Advances”

    On Thursday, May 14, at 4:00 pm

    Location: The Crick Conference Room
    Mandler Hall, room 3545

    Abstract:

    Since the groundbreaking work establishing the universality of facial expressions of emotion, many new findings have inspired new theoretical advances into our understanding of facial expressions of emotion. In this presentation, I will describe some of these new findings and understandings, especially in the area of microexpressions, deception, dangerous intent. I will also describe recent work from my laboratory isolating potential sources of facial expressions of emotion, as well as new work on new expressions, and on the interpersonal functions of emotional expression.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2009/05/08/opinion/08brooks.html?_r=1&em

    http://www.sciencedaily.com/videos/2006/0811-mona_lisa_smiling.htm


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