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AmyShackles568544dI’d imagine you could train a model to recognize when the eyes don’t match with the lower part of the face, but I’d worry about the effects of labeling smiles as “fake” when people could just have facial nerve damage. 😅
spongessuck524844dI think you need a sampling of real smiles from the subject, first.
asgs1007944dMost pictures of people having a smile are fake as they pose for some occassion or selfies to post on Facebook or Instagram
Photos that were taken spontaneously and/or without their knowledge would be a good source of truth to begin with
EmberQuill341544dThere are also different degrees of faking a smile. Smiling for a photo when you're at least somewhat content is very different from smiling to hide the fact that you're actually upset or annoyed.
IntrusionCM904444dThis is hard - an average person, maybe.
But a human is an individual. It's hard to measure emotions, as you'd need most likely a brain scan for it.
Psychopaths / sociopaths / pathological liars / ... lots of outliers which are hard to track by expression alone. Brain scan would be the closest thing. If you manage to get a constant brain scan in real time, neurology will kiss your arse, I'm sure of it.
sjwsjwsjw44644dWhat if it's that toddler's mom and grandma don't care about the fake smile whereas toddler does?
ahhh5037dSome say that when someone smiles for real their part around nose changes.
In the book about dani by rool (right name?) dahl says that when you smiles for real the eyes twinkle/glow (in the book, it is the dani's father's smile).
Ai can do that.
I used ai recognition software a few years ago just to learn how to and it would say the probability that a person is happy, sad...
Fake smiles trew a sad response, not happy