[Face-research-list] Face-research-list Digest, Vol 39, Issue 1
gary at eng.ucsd.edu
Sat Apr 5 14:13:59 BST 2014
sorry, I have to ask, since you say the FaceReader is the "world's first tool capable of automatically analyzing facial expressions - when was FaceReader developed? CERT (Computer Expression Recognition Toolbox) has been around for years, and is being commercially developed now by Emotient. This is Marni Bartlett, Javier Movellan, and Gwen Littlewort's project.
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> 1. Data Analyst Internship: (Face Physiological Signals) -
> VicarVision, Amsterdam, NL (Peter Lewinski)
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> Date: Fri, 4 Apr 2014 16:37:27 +0200
> From: Peter Lewinski <peter.lewinski at gmail.com>
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> Subject: [Face-research-list] Data Analyst Internship: (Face
> Physiological Signals) - VicarVision, Amsterdam, NL
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> Dear Face-researchers,
> [Sorry for cross-posting]
> Data Analyst Internship
> (Face Physiological Signals: Automated Facial Expressions Analysis)
> - VicarVision, Amsterdam, NL
> VicarVision (Amsterdam, Netherlands) is a private R&D company developing
> state-of-the-art artificial intelligence solutions. VicarVision is the
> developer of FaceReader(R) - world's first tool capable of automatically
> analyzing facial expressions, providing users with an objective assessment
> of a person's emotion.
> Job Description
> You will need to develop advanced statistical measures of FaceReader
> continuous physiological output. We want to analyze multi-dimensional and
> continuous temporal patterns of - facial expressions, - skin color changes
> and - eye movements. You will need background in programming, statistics
> and writing scripts to handle/manipulate large data. You will be guided by
> a machine vision engineers and behavioral scientists in order to
> meaningfully interpret the data. You will work in an international and
> dynamic team. Here you may find an example of a video with aggregated
> continuous data with temporal patterns to be analyzed:http://goo.gl/8iHkDS and
> an example of an output file http://goo.gl/W3HsQL.
> Ideal candidate:
> - Graduate (or Master-level student) in
> Data Sciences / Statistics / Business Informatics / Artificial Intelligence
> / Mathematical Psychology
> - Technical skills: time series analysis, data mining, programming
> skills, scripting
> - Good ability to work independently
> - Excellent English
> We offer:
> - Full-time R&D assistant position for 6 months with possibility
> of extension
> - Small monthly reimbursement (400 EURO)
> - Training in use of advanced scientific software
> - Work experience in the innovative field of remote emotion sensing
> - Authorship on peer-reviewed international publications
> - Possibility of writing the thesis
> Relevant links:
> Deadline: May 04, 2014.
> The incoming applications will be assessed on continuous basis. An
> interview using Skype is a possibility.
> Starting date: August/September, 2014
> If you are interested, please send your CV and a cover letter to:
> Peter Lewinski, Research Fellow (Marie Curie)
> peter.lewinski at vicarvision.nl
> Singel 160, 1015AH Amsterdam
> We do not offer accomodation.
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