Are You Smiling When I Am Speaking?

Auriane Boudin, Roxane Bertrand, Magalie Ochs, Philippe Blache, Stephane Rauzy


Abstract
The aim of this study is to investigate conversational feedbacks that contain smiles and laughs. Firstly, we propose a statistical analysis of smiles and laughs used as generic and specific feedbacks in a corpus of French talk-in-interaction. Our results show that smiles of low intensity are preferentially used to produce generic feedbacks while high intensity smiles and laughs are preferentially used to produce specific feedbacks. Secondly, based on a machine learning approach, we propose a hierarchical classification of feedback to automatically predict not only the presence/absence of a smile but, also the type of smiles according to an intensity-scale (low or high).
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2022.smila-1.2
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Proceedings of the Workshop on Smiling and Laughter across Contexts and the Life-span within the 13th Language Resources and Evaluation Conference
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June
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2022
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Marseille, France
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SmiLa
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European Language Resources Association
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6–10
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https://aclanthology.org/2022.smila-1.2
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Auriane Boudin, Roxane Bertrand, Magalie Ochs, Philippe Blache, and Stephane Rauzy. 2022. Are You Smiling When I Am Speaking?. In Proceedings of the Workshop on Smiling and Laughter across Contexts and the Life-span within the 13th Language Resources and Evaluation Conference, pages 6–10, Marseille, France. European Language Resources Association.
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Are You Smiling When I Am Speaking? (Boudin et al., SmiLa 2022)
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