A system based on deep learning and trained with eye tracking studies data.
To get a result
Aggregate eye tracking studies data
Accuracy of prediction for websites and 94% for general AI model.
Our algorithm is trained on approximately 30300 images from real eye tracking studies. The image datasets we use are both open-source and proprietary.
- Participant attention duration: 4 seconds
- Average gender distribution: 58 % women and 42 % of men
- Average participant age distribution: varies from 7 years old to about 60+ years old, however, most participants fall into the 21–30 age bracket
Attention Insight visual attention predictions are ~90% accurate for web images, and ~94% accurate for all other images.
The accuracy of our algorithm compared to real eye-tracking studies on average for MIT general images dataset. Area under the curve (AUC Judd) metric was used, currently the main metric in MIT saliency benchmark, to compare eye tracking results with predictions.
Attention Insight attention prediction model is based on deep learning and can automatically detect visual attention shifts that can be used as a substitution for eye tracking studies.