We are very happy to announce that the OMG-Empathy Prediction challenge was accepted and will be hosted in conjunction with the IEEE Conference on Face and Gestures 2019, in the city of Lile, France.
OMG-Emotion Recognition Results
We are very happy to announce the results of the OMG-Emotion Recognition challenge. The results were presented on the IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence / International Joint Conference on Neural Networks 2018, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
The leaderboard will be permanently stored on our website, and it will provide a quick access to the results, the links to the formal descriptions and code repository for each solution.
This will help to disseminate knowledge generated by the challenge even further and will improve the reproducibility of your solutions.
The solutions used different modalities (ranging from unimodal audio
and vision to multimodal audio, vision, and text), and thus provide us
with a very complex evaluation scenario. We then decided to separate the
results into one for valence and one for arousal.
For arousal, the best results came from the GammaLab team. Their three
submissions are our top 3 CCC arousal, followed by the three submissions
from the audEERING team, and the two submissions from the HKUST-NISL2018
For valence, the GammaLab team stays still in first (with their three
submissions), followed by the two submissions of ADSC team and the three
submissions from the iBug team.
It is very interesting to note that the winning teams used a combination
of unimodal and multimodal solutions.
We will keep this leaderboard intact for our 2018 challenge and will
create a general leaderboard, later on, so the results of the challenge
will remain on our website as it is.
Congratulations to you all!