in Animal Emotion Analysis (RM4AEA)
July 19th, 2021, 9:45-17:00 GMT+3 (online)
The development of objective tools to identify and code facial and body movements in non-human species, as well as recent advances in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning, offer exciting new opportunities for the investigation of animal emotional states.
This workshop aims to build bridges between animal behavior and cognition, especially with regard to the analysis of their emotional states, and AI in order to push forward the emerging field of automatic emotion recognition and analysis.
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Introduction to Facial Behaviour and how to measure it using FACS.
Bridget Waller, Nottingham Trent University
How to use FACS to understand animals, from dogs to primates?
Catia Caeiro, University of Stirling&University of Kyoto
MacaquePose: a novel dataset for deep learning based for marker-less motion capture of macaque monkeys
Jumpei Matsumoto, University of Toyama, Japan
The bumpy road towards automated recognition of facial expressions of horse pain.
Pia Haubro Andersen, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
At the end of their rope: Understanding dog emotions!
Anjuli Barber, Dog Emotion Lab, Germany
Artificial Intelligence in Investigation of Farm Animal's Affective States.
Suresh Neethirajan, Wageningen University, the Netherlands
Investigating facial expressions and their accuracy as potential emotion indicators in dogs
Annika Bremhorst, University of Bern, Switzerland and University of Lincoln, UK
Investigating facial expressions in dogs: opportunities for AI
Anna Zamansky, University of Haifa, Israel and Annika Bremhorst, University of Bern, Switzerland and University of Lincoln, UK
Video-based recognition of different pain types in horses using deep learning
Sofia Broomé, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
Automated labelling of facial features in dogs using DeepLabCut
Marie-Claire Pagano, Cameron Smith, Yu Guan and Lucy Asher, Newcastle University, UK
Call for Abstracts
We invite abstract submissions (up to 500 words) on topics broadly related to methods in animal emotion and behavior analysis. The accepted abstracts will be presented as short (10 mins) talks at the workshop.
Submission deadline: July 1st, 2021.