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Russian scientists have collected all the poses of heterosexual couples

Psychophysiologists at Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosov took part in collection of video material for the database RAMAS (The Russian Acted Multimodal Affective Set). The database is designed to teach artificial intelligence how to recognise emotions. The special feature of RAMAS is that it includes information not only about the facial expressions of people who are in a certain mood, but also about the movements of the limbs and body positions characteristic for this particular mood. The preprint of the scientific article is published on the PeerJ website.
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To compile a database, actors depicted scenes expressing six basic emotions — joy, anger, sadness, disgust, fear and surprise. During the experiment, the cameras and sensors recorded movement, blood flow and electrical activity of the skin of the actors.

The resulting database — RAMAS — is available to all researchers and developers of artificial intelligence who have sent a request indicating their place of work. The database will allow for more effective tuning of the automatic recognition of emotions, the creators of RAMAS believe.

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