MEmoBERT: Pre-training Model with Prompt-based Learning for Multimodal Emotion Recognition

27 Oct 2021  ·  Jinming Zhao, Ruichen Li, Qin Jin, Xinchao Wang, Haizhou Li ·

Multimodal emotion recognition study is hindered by the lack of labelled corpora in terms of scale and diversity, due to the high annotation cost and label ambiguity. In this paper, we propose a pre-training model \textbf{MEmoBERT} for multimodal emotion recognition, which learns multimodal joint representations through self-supervised learning from large-scale unlabeled video data that come in sheer volume. Furthermore, unlike the conventional "pre-train, finetune" paradigm, we propose a prompt-based method that reformulates the downstream emotion classification task as a masked text prediction one, bringing the downstream task closer to the pre-training. Extensive experiments on two benchmark datasets, IEMOCAP and MSP-IMPROV, show that our proposed MEmoBERT significantly enhances emotion recognition performance.

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