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Affective computing book

Affective computing book

Affective computing. Rosalind W. Picard

Affective computing

ISBN: 0262661152,9780262661157 | 290 pages | 8 Mb

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Affective computing Rosalind W. Picard
Publisher: The MIT Press

In almost any application area imaginable. It presents new ideas, original results and practical experiences in this increasingly important research field. The fifth biannual Humaine Association Conference on Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction (ACII 2013) will be held in Geneva, Switzerland on September 2-5, 2013. The full paper entitled ”The Effects of an Interactive Software Agent on Student Affective Dynamics while Using an Intelligent Tutoring System” co-authored by Ma. Affective computing can play a role in any application area where human and computers interact, i.e. This book provides an overview of state of the art research in Affective Computing. New project realized in the collaboration with Sebstian Mealla. The rise of emotionally-aware or 'affective' computing is set to change the way machines understand and interact with people. Affective Computing by Jimmy Or - free book at E-Books Directory - download here. Scientists at the MIT Media Lab are studying how computing influences emotions or other affective phenomena. An approach that brings together affective computing and digital crafts. Affective computing is a multidisciplinary field that “relates to, arises from or deliberately influences emotion” (Picard, 1997). Neuro Knitting represents a novel way of personal, generative design and fabrication. It's not a typo, it definitely is 'affective ' computing. Affective computing detects human actions, such as gesturesor emotions, and responds appropriately to them. Our paper titled “Affect and Creative Performance on Crowdsourcing Platforms” was accepted to the Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction Conference. Rosalind Picard runs a research group at the MIT Media Lab (very cool intro video) that looks into ways in which computers can interpret and respond to human emotions.

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