The Facial Action Coding System, or FACS, was developed in the mid 1970s by psychology professor Paul Ekman as an exhaustive taxonomy of all facial expressions, including 46 intrinsic subconscious facial-muscle movements that are culture-independent to register emotional state on human faces.
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