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Monitoring Panic Situations in Students and Alerting Using Artificial Intelligence

Aishwarya Gowda A G, Hui-Kai Su, and Wen-Kai Kuo

(Received March 29, 2022; Accepted June 8, 2022)

Keywords: artificial intelligence, facial expressions, panic, human behavioral patterns, peer pressure

The role of artificial intelligence (AI) in human monitoring and recognition has been upgraded with different solutions to address difficulties in various industries. This sensing-based technology can have a considerable impact on students’ life by helping parents and teachers understand and realize students’ panic situations. Several students are losing lives owing to unbearable panic attacks and the tough decisions they make during their panic phase. In the current education system, students face panic due to fear of exams, failure in exams, bullying, and so forth. If this situation is recognized and communicated early, it can help elders prevent the dangerous decisions taken by students. AI can play a major role in monitoring day-to-day activities by identifying their panic attacks and alerting the responsible persons. This is achieved by sensing and monitoring facial expressions and human behavioral patterns. The AI system also influences their mind by enabling professional counselors to provide counseling on their mobile phones to soothe their minds and avoid harsh thoughts. As the AI system is made to be controlled within a private network to enhance privacy, the choice of alerting personal and counselor options can be availed by their parents. This AI-technology-based system not only saves students from panic but also promotes a positive personality. According to several studies, students across the globe are victims of panic situations. Hence, using this expression sensing system the right way can save thousands of lives across the globe.

Corresponding author: Aishwarya Gowda A G




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