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Listen Only When Spoken To: Interpersonal Communication Cues as Smart Speaker Privacy Controls

Abraham Mhaidli, Manikandan Kandadai Venkatesh, Yixin Zou, Florian Schaub
2020 Proceedings on Privacy Enhancing Technologies  
We investigate the potential for leveraging interpersonal communication cues as privacy controls in the IoT context, in particular for smart speakers.  ...  Based on our findings, we discuss insights regarding the use of interpersonal cues as privacy controls for smart speakers and other IoT devices.  ...  The authors thank the reviewers for their constructive feedback, as well as the members of the Security Privacy Interaction Lab (spilab) for their support.  ... 
doi:10.2478/popets-2020-0026 fatcat:l35uhhvtsfbz5j4qbwthjf3csy

Alexa as an Active Listener: How Backchanneling Can Elicit Self-Disclosure and Promote User Experience [article]

Eugene Cho, Nasim Motalebi, S. Shyam Sundar, Saeed Abdullah
2022 arXiv   pre-print
Perception of smart speakers as active listeners is positively associated with perceived emotional support.  ...  Active listening is a well-known skill applied in human communication to build intimacy and elicit self-disclosure to support a wide variety of cooperative tasks.  ...  ; more complex interpersonal conversational cues to increase active listening perceptions).  ... 
arXiv:2204.10191v1 fatcat:vxyjc6sttzchznlrvibrzeshz4

Effectiveness of Principals Interpersonal Communication: A Literature Review

Mutiara Nur Ahlaini, Sowiyah, Umigiarini Pangestu, Felia Santika
2021 International journal of research and innovation in social science  
is interpersonal communication to create the relationship and trust are invited to communicate.  ...  The importance of the effectiveness of interpersonal communication in education attracts researcher to examine, and this article is to test how the effectiveness of interpersonal communication of the principal  ...  Mhaidli, (2020) Listen Only When Spoken To: Interpersonal Communication Cues as Smart Speaker Privacy Controls Australia Mix Method ----- Odhiambo and Hii (2012) Key Stakeholders' Perceptions  ... 
doi:10.47772/ijriss.2021.5515 fatcat:xpx5cadi5jhcjf6dmtklshpf4m

Face-to-Face Co-Located Human-Human Social Interaction Analysis using Nonverbal Cues: A Survey [article]

Cigdem Beyan and Alessandro Vinciarelli and Alessio Del Bue
2022 arXiv   pre-print
Therefore, detecting and understanding nonverbal cues means, at least to a certain extent, to detect and understand social and psychological phenomena.  ...  This work presents a systematic review of recent efforts (since 2010) aimed at automatic analysis of nonverbal cues displayed in face-to-face co-located human-human social interactions.  ...  In other words, the speaker diarization detects who speaks and when.  ... 
arXiv:2207.10574v1 fatcat:gaeilc2wqzfj5hrmewhd3wwtei

Privacy Implications of Voice and Speech Analysis – Information Disclosure by Inference [chapter]

Jacob Leon Kröger, Otto Hans-Martin Lutz, Philip Raschke
2020 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
In addition to the linguistic content of speech, a speaker's voice characteristics and manner of expression may implicitly contain a rich array of personal information, including cues to a speaker's biometric  ...  While various privacy concerns related to microphone-equipped devices have been raised and thoroughly discussed, the threat of unexpected inferences from audio data remains largely overlooked.  ...  Non-native speakers can even be detected when they are very fluent in the spoken language and have lived in the respective host country for several years [62] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-42504-3_16 fatcat:uxxtrx4vbvhwdjg2p3z5addon4

Toward computers that recognize and respond to user emotion

R. W. Picard
2000 IBM Systems Journal  
states such as frustration, confusion, interest, distress, anger, and joy.  ...  PICARD 705 Toward computers that recognize and respond to user emotion Comfortable communication of emotion Emotion communication requires that a message be both sent and received.  ...  As you listen to a conversation or a lecture, your expression gives the speaker feedback, unless, of course, you put on a poker face.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.393.0705 fatcat:x2iav6xtmfb3jnqfrf7ugzkmh4

Exploring users' social responses to computer counseling interviewers' behavior

Sin-Hwa Kang, Jonathan Gratch
2014 Computers in Human Behavior  
To investigate this subject, we designed a 3 Â 3 factorial between-subjects experiment involving three conditions of behavioral realism: high realism, low realism, and audio-only (displaying no behavior  ...  Users also delivered more fluent speech when interacting with computer interviewers that displayed high behavioral realism.  ...  The agent generates listening behaviors that correspond to the verbal and nonverbal behavior of a human speaker.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.chb.2014.01.006 fatcat:g2pfypfcmfdb3avibvl3tsru3a

Computational modeling of face-to-face social interaction using nonverbal behavioral cues

Dinesh Babu Jayagopi
2011 Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments  
First and foremost I would like to thank my supervisor Daniel Gatica Perez, for choosing me to work on this interesting thesis.  ...  We then propose a framework to discover group interaction patterns using probabilistic topic models.  ...  categories, but do not provide any information about the specific nonverbal behavior that the annotators should base their decision upon, or about the method that produced the dataset people are supposed to  ... 
doi:10.3233/ais-2011-0115 fatcat:q3svzzodyvg43cxjyntm3vlddm

Seeing bias in irony: How recipients infer speakers' stereotypes from their ironic remarks about social-category members

Camiel J. Beukeboom, Christian Burgers
2019 Group Processes & Intergroup Relations  
The impression participants perceived in speakers' biased communication pattern did not translate to participants' own reported category impression.  ...  We discuss various factors that may determine when a recognized stereotypic view in a speaker contributes to the formation and maintenance of stereotypic impressions.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors like to thank Marit Mol and Lisanne de Hoop for their help in the designing and data collection of Experiments 1 and 2, respectively.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1368430219887439 fatcat:75yhkckzavar7ltzvqynvflzcu

Social signal processing: Survey of an emerging domain

Alessandro Vinciarelli, Maja Pantic, Hervé Bourlard
2009 Image and Vision Computing  
The ability to understand and manage social signals of a person we are communicating with is the core of social intelligence.  ...  Although each one of us understands the importance of social signals in everyday life situations, and in spite of recent advances in machine analysis of relevant behavioural cues like blinks, smiles, crossed  ...  The first takes place when a speaker has difficults in talking, e.g., because she is expressing a difficult concept or must face a hostile attitude in listeners.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.imavis.2008.11.007 fatcat:rdgx4qgxjbdjlkuji4tyh3ugue

Toward an affect-sensitive multimodal human-computer interaction

M. Pantic, L.J.M. Rothkrantz
2003 Proceedings of the IEEE  
Affective arousal modulates all nonverbal communicative cues (facial expressions, body movements, and vocal and physiological reactions).  ...  The ability to recognize affective states of a person we are communicating with is the core of emotional intelligence.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors would like to thank Prof. T. Huang, Prof. H. Koppelaar, and anonymous reviewers for their helpful comments and suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.1109/jproc.2003.817122 fatcat:a2mq7h2lwzepnjexicqr3spc2m

Interactive Storytelling for Children: A Case-study of Design and Development Considerations for Ethical Conversational AI [article]

ennifer Chubba, Sondess Missaouib, Shauna Concannonc, Liam Maloneyb, James Alfred Walker
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Recent advances address the implications of CAI with respect to privacy, safety, security, and access. However, there is a need to connect and embed the ethical and technical aspects in the design.  ...  Further research that engages with developers and stakeholders in the ethics of storytelling through CAI is highlighted as a matter of urgency.  ...  We would also like to thank our industry partners.  ... 
arXiv:2107.13076v1 fatcat:ymdtdlvxnzgm7lbbvrsewtsidy

Rich Nonverbal Sensing Technology for Automated Social Skills Training

2014 Computer  
both practical and therapeutic purposes, and to advance future communications research.  ...  Automated nonverbal sensing and feedback technologies, such as My Automated Conversation coacH (MACH), can provide a personalized means to better understand, evaluate, and improve human social interaction-for  ...  Studies suggest that the manner in which we communicate is just as important as the content of our communication. 10 The phenomenon of varying one's rhythm and melody in spoken language to add communicative  ... 
doi:10.1109/mc.2014.98 fatcat:tieh3buzvvg23mjmblcd2rcinm

The Process of Evaluating [chapter]

2015 Listening  
Vocal cues as well as silence also communicate important messages to the perceptive listener.  ...  These approaches make it apparent that your role as a listener in dyadic and interpersonal settings may be quite different than when you are listen ing to lectures or listening in one-way communication  ...  Your task as a listener is to support the speaker as he works to accomplish his goals ( Box 9.3 ).  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315663647-15 fatcat:4gsm77c4xjc7lban4wjnksy6gy

The Shopping Experience of Tomorrow: Human-Centered and Resource-Adaptive [chapter]

Wolfgang Wahlster, Michael Feld, Patrick Gebhard, Dominikus Heckmann, Ralf Jung, Michael Kruppa, Michael Schmitz, Lübomira Spassova, Rainer Wasinger
2010 Resource-Adaptive Cognitive Processes  
Furthermore, a life-like character lives as a "Virtual Room Inhabitant" in our smart shop.  ...  Furthermore, these talking objects will be associated with personalities by the means of controlling speech attributes and behavior.  ...  [2] limited their personality modeling to only two of the five dimensions, namely extraversion and agreeableness, since these are the most important factors in interpersonal communication.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-89408-7_10 dblp:series/cogtech/WahlsterFGHJKSSW11 fatcat:gl7ysdwmzvgwjctrhvsp5lfi2y
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