ASER: Arabic Speech Emotion Recognition Employing Wav2vec2.0 and HuBERT Based on BAVED Dataset

Authors

  • Salah Ahmed Fayoum University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14738/tmlai.96.11039

Keywords:

Emotion Recognition, Deep Learning, Arabic Speech, automated speech recognition (ASR).

Abstract

Recently, there have been tremendous research outcomes in the fields of speech recognition and natural language processing. This is  due to the well-developed multilayers deep learning paradigms such as wav2vec2.0, Wav2vecU, WavBERT, and HuBERT that provide better representation learning and high information capturing.  Such paradigms run on hundreds of unlabeled data, then fine-tuned on a small dataset for specific tasks.

This paper introduces a deep learning constructed emotional recognition model for Arabic speech dialogues. The developed model employs the state of the art audio representations include wav2vec2.0 and HuBERT. The experiment and performance outcomes of our model overcome the previous known results.

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Published

2021-11-20

How to Cite

Ahmed, S. (2021). ASER: Arabic Speech Emotion Recognition Employing Wav2vec2.0 and HuBERT Based on BAVED Dataset. Transactions on Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence, 9(6), 1–8. https://doi.org/10.14738/tmlai.96.11039