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Overview

we took the list of the most popular 100,000 actors as listed on the IMDb website and (automatically)
crawled from their profiles date of birth, name, gender and all images related to that person.
Additionally we crawled all profile images from pages of people from Wikipedia with the same
meta information. We removed the images without timestamp (the date when the photo was taken).
Assuming that the images with single faces are likely to show the actor and that the timestamp
and date of birth are correct, we were able to assign to each such image the biological (real)
age. Of course, we can not vouch for the accuracy of the assigned age information. Besides
wrong timestamps, many images are stills from movies - movies that can have extended production
times. In total we obtained 460,723 face images from 20,284 celebrities from IMDb and 62,328
from Wikipedia, thus 523,051 in total.

Instruction

For both the IMDb and Wikipedia images we provide a separate .mat file which can be loaded
with Matlab containing all the meta information. The format is as follows:

  • dob: date of birth (Matlab serial date number)

  • photo_taken: year when the photo was taken

  • full_path: path to file

  • gender: 0 for female and 1 for male, NaN if unknown

  • name: name of the celebrity

  • face_location:

    location of the face. To crop the face in Matlab run

    img(face_location(2):face_location(4),face_location(1):face_location(3),:))
    
  • face_score:
    detector score (the higher the better). Inf implies that no face was found in the image and
    the face_location then just returns the entire image

  • second_face_score: detector score
    of the face with the second highest score. This is useful to ignore images with more than one
    face. second_face_score is NaN if no second face was detected.

  • celeb_names (IMDB only): list of all celebrity names

  • celeb_id (IMDB only): index of celebrity name

The age of a person can
be calculated based on the date of birth and the time when the photo was taken (note that we
assume that the photo was taken in the middle of the year):

[age,~]=datevec(datenum(wiki.photo_taken,7,1)-wiki.dob);

Citation

Please add a reference if you are using the dataset or the pretrained models.

@article{Rothe-IJCV-2018,
  author = {Rasmus Rothe and Radu Timofte and Luc Van Gool},
  title = {Deep expectation of real and apparent age from a single image without facial landmarks},
  journal = {International Journal of Computer Vision},
  volume={126},
  number={2-4},
  pages={144--157},
  year={2018},
  publisher={Springer}
}
@InProceedings{Rothe-ICCVW-2015,
  author = {Rasmus Rothe and Radu Timofte and Luc Van Gool},
  title = {DEX: Deep EXpectation of apparent age from a single image},
  booktitle = {IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision Workshops (ICCVW)},
  year = {2015},
  month = {December},
}

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Data Summary
Type
Image,
Amount
523.051K
Size
276.23GB
Provided by
ETH zurish
The computer vision lab performs research in the fields of Medical Image Analysis and Visualization, Object Recognition, Gesture Analysis, Tracking, and Scene Understanding and Modeling.
| Amount 523.051K | Size 276.23GB
IMDB-WIKI
Classification
Face
License: Custom

Overview

we took the list of the most popular 100,000 actors as listed on the IMDb website and (automatically)
crawled from their profiles date of birth, name, gender and all images related to that person.
Additionally we crawled all profile images from pages of people from Wikipedia with the same
meta information. We removed the images without timestamp (the date when the photo was taken).
Assuming that the images with single faces are likely to show the actor and that the timestamp
and date of birth are correct, we were able to assign to each such image the biological (real)
age. Of course, we can not vouch for the accuracy of the assigned age information. Besides
wrong timestamps, many images are stills from movies - movies that can have extended production
times. In total we obtained 460,723 face images from 20,284 celebrities from IMDb and 62,328
from Wikipedia, thus 523,051 in total.

Instruction

For both the IMDb and Wikipedia images we provide a separate .mat file which can be loaded
with Matlab containing all the meta information. The format is as follows:

  • dob: date of birth (Matlab serial date number)

  • photo_taken: year when the photo was taken

  • full_path: path to file

  • gender: 0 for female and 1 for male, NaN if unknown

  • name: name of the celebrity

  • face_location:

    location of the face. To crop the face in Matlab run

    img(face_location(2):face_location(4),face_location(1):face_location(3),:))
    
  • face_score:
    detector score (the higher the better). Inf implies that no face was found in the image and
    the face_location then just returns the entire image

  • second_face_score: detector score
    of the face with the second highest score. This is useful to ignore images with more than one
    face. second_face_score is NaN if no second face was detected.

  • celeb_names (IMDB only): list of all celebrity names

  • celeb_id (IMDB only): index of celebrity name

The age of a person can
be calculated based on the date of birth and the time when the photo was taken (note that we
assume that the photo was taken in the middle of the year):

[age,~]=datevec(datenum(wiki.photo_taken,7,1)-wiki.dob);

Citation

Please add a reference if you are using the dataset or the pretrained models.

@article{Rothe-IJCV-2018,
  author = {Rasmus Rothe and Radu Timofte and Luc Van Gool},
  title = {Deep expectation of real and apparent age from a single image without facial landmarks},
  journal = {International Journal of Computer Vision},
  volume={126},
  number={2-4},
  pages={144--157},
  year={2018},
  publisher={Springer}
}
@InProceedings{Rothe-ICCVW-2015,
  author = {Rasmus Rothe and Radu Timofte and Luc Van Gool},
  title = {DEX: Deep EXpectation of apparent age from a single image},
  booktitle = {IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision Workshops (ICCVW)},
  year = {2015},
  month = {December},
}

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