Fine-Grained Annotation for Face Anti-Spoofing

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Fine-Grained Annotation for Face Anti-Spoofing

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Xu Chen, Yunde Jia, Yuwei Wu

Abstract

Face anti-spoofing plays a critical role in safeguarding facial recognition systems against presentation attacks. While existing deep learning methods show promising results, they still suffer from the lack of fine-grained annotations, which lead models to learn task-irrelevant or unfaithful features. In this paper, we propose a fine-grained annotation method for face anti-spoofing. Specifically, we first leverage the Segment Anything Model (SAM) to obtain pixel-wise segmentation masks by utilizing face landmarks as point prompts. The face landmarks provide segmentation semantics, which segments the face into regions. We then adopt these regions as masks and assemble them into three separate annotation maps: spoof, living, and background maps. Finally, we combine three separate maps into a three-channel map as annotations for model training. Furthermore, we introduce the Multi-Channel Region Exchange Augmentation (MCREA) to diversify training data and reduce overfitting. Experimental results demonstrate that our method outperforms existing state-of-the-art approaches in both intra-dataset and cross-dataset evaluations.

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