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Automation of human behaviors and its prediction using machine learning

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Prediction is a method of detecting a person's behavior toward online buying by evaluating publically available evaluations on the web. Understanding expressive human communication involves a simultaneous examination of speech and gestures since human behavior is communicated through a combination of verbal and nonverbal channels. Machine learning algorithms are utilized in this work to extract evaluations from the net and categorize these into five classes, namely, highly favorable, favorable, neutrality, bad, and strongly negative, for the prediction of human behavior. A person's behavior is analyzed, and the experimental comparison is made to machine learning methodologies. Numerous classifiers are employed on manuscript transcripts in this work to determine the accuracy, exactness, recollection, and f1-score, which are also represented in terms of muddle matrices. In this research studies a new technique is proposed using Ludwig classifier and it has been discovered that deep learning employing the Ludwig classifier achieves near-perfect accuracy about 99.9%. The outcomes are presented to demonstrate the preceding point.

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Jupalle, H., Kouser, S., Bhatia, A.B. et al. Automation of human behaviors and its prediction using machine learning. Microsyst Technol 28, 1879–1887 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00542-022-05326-4

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