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Crowd monitoring and performance analysis

A job for a statistician in the era of data science driven progress within businesses reflecting all aspects of life: Crowd and performance analysis.

Using the Microsoft Azure API for analysis of crowd monitoring input pictures. Measuring levels of general emotions like happiness, sadness, surprise, anger, disgust, fear, contempt and neutral as well as gender, age and measures like baldness. Combining from several cameras to measure levels over time comparing with set list, place in crowd, mood on stage and background variables like size of venue, city and socio-demographic info. You can name a countless number of applications in a very dynamic and business oriented context.

Crowd displaying surprise, happiness and neutral. Ages 34, 50, 51, 28, 29 and 22.

Andy Clayton on stage displaying 71% neutral and 28.9% sadness while Bono is 98% happy.

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