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Toward computers that recognize and respond to user emotion

R. W. Picard
2000 IBM Systems Journal  
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.  ...  Two main themes of sensing-self-report and concurrent expression-are described, together with examples of systems that give users new ways to communicate emotion to computers and, through computers, to  ...  skills include the ability to recognize the emotions of another and to respond appropriately to these emotions.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.393.0705 fatcat:x2iav6xtmfb3jnqfrf7ugzkmh4

Future interfaces

Rosalind W. Picard, Alan Wexelblat, Clifford I. Nass I. Clifford I. Nass
2002 CHI '02 extended abstracts on Human factors in computer systems - CHI '02  
computers to recognize, express, and respond to emotional and social information.  ...  We discuss new theory and upcoming interface technologies that enable or augment social-emotional interaction between people and computers, and between people via new forms of computers.  ...  Her lab has pioneered the development of wearable computers that recognize and respond to physiological indications of emotional state.  ... 
doi:10.1145/506547.506552 fatcat:uz6uvracdrgwvc22fuaixzaesu

Future interfaces

Rosalind W. Picard, Alan Wexelblat, Clifford I. Nass I. Clifford I. Nass
2002 CHI '02 extended abstracts on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '02  
computers to recognize, express, and respond to emotional and social information.  ...  We discuss new theory and upcoming interface technologies that enable or augment social-emotional interaction between people and computers, and between people via new forms of computers.  ...  Her lab has pioneered the development of wearable computers that recognize and respond to physiological indications of emotional state.  ... 
doi:10.1145/506443.506552 dblp:conf/chi/PicardWN02 fatcat:m4x6ehoys5fwpjwvckwqxcotfu

Guest Editorial: Toward Commercial Applications of Affective Computing

Domen Novak, Guillaume Chanel, Philippe Guillotel, Alexander Koenig
2017 IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing  
One of the main goals of affective computing is to create machines which can adapt to users' emotions in order to produce more natural and efficient interaction [2] .  ...  State-of-the-art machines that respond to recognized states generally do so using very simple if-then rules, and little work has been done on how a machine can effectively modify a user's affective state  ...  Furthermore, user acceptance depends not only on whether the system can recognize and respond to affective states, but also on other factors related to quality of experience: for example, on whether a  ... 
doi:10.1109/taffc.2017.2676318 fatcat:obf4fbygybcppmxycyi6vgzwgu

Building HAL: computers that sense, recognize, and respond to human emotion

Rosalind W. Picard, Bernice E. Rogowitz, Thrasyvoulos N. Pappas
2001 Human Vision and Electronic Imaging VI  
and respond to these emotions in an adaptive personalized way.  ...  This presentation highlights recent research in giving machines certain affective abilities that aim to make them more intelligent, shows examples of some of these systems, and describes the role that  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I would like to thank the graduate students in Affective Computing, who have contributed significantly to this research, and the Media Lab sponsors in the Things That Think and Digital  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.429523 dblp:conf/hvei/Picard01 fatcat:nswn7w2dcbdwbi5ssoam7sbfam

Identifying A User Interface Web Design Standard for Higher Learning Institutions Using Kansei Engineering

Punitha Turumugon, Aslina Baharum
2018 Indonesian Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science  
A poorly designed user interface leads to bad user interaction while raising the users' arousal and a displeasing user experience with a website elicits dissatisfaction emotion where consecutively results  ...  This study tries to convert the feelings and emotions of users into design elements with the use of Kansei engineering technology in order to design an appropriate higher learning institution website by  ...  Therefore, emotional approach needs to be included in website design to engage the user emotionally and attach them to the website for a longer time in order to gain user trust and satisfaction for the  ... 
doi:10.11591/ijeecs.v11.i1.pp90-97 fatcat:5caa27eyg5fffdbxyzd2smmw24

Toward Machines With Emotional Intelligence [chapter]

Rosalind W. Picard
2008 The Science of Emotional IntelligenceKnowns and Unknowns  
Machines are now being given the ability to sense and recognize expressions of human emotion such as interest, distress, and pleasure, with the recognition that such communication is vital for helping  ...  This chapter describes new research that is giving machines (including software agents, robotic pets, desktop computers, and more) skills of emotional intelligence.  ...  This research was supported in part by the MIT Media Lab's Things That Think Consortium, Digital Life Consortium, and by the National Science Foundation ITR 0325428.  ... 
doi:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195181890.003.0016 fatcat:hcgd24wdirhjpkpe7rot25s3ry

The Knowledge Domain of Affective Computing: A Scientometric Review [chapter]

Maria Helena Pestana, Wan-Chen Wang, Luiz Moutinho
2017 Innovative Research Methodologies in Management  
The basic principle behind most Affective Computing systems is that they automatically recognize and respond to users' affective states during their interactions with a computer, and thus provide data  ...  Affective Computing recognizes this inextricable link between emotions and cognition, and works to narrow the communication gap between the highly emotional human, and the emotionally-challenged computer  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-64400-4_4 fatcat:bem2eoa3ofbkperwoany2y4zge

Recognising Emotions from Keyboard Stroke Pattern

Preeti Khanna, M. Sasikumar
2010 International Journal of Computer Applications  
Several studies have been conducted comprising of classical human human interaction and human computer interaction. They concluded that for intelligent interaction, emotions play an important role.  ...  This paper presents an attempt to recognize selected emotion categories from keyboard stroke pattern. The emotional categories considered for our analysis are neutral, positive and negative.  ...  These results indicate that negative emotional states are more visible and recognized better using the keyboard modalities.  ... 
doi:10.5120/1614-2170 fatcat:tscaep3wjzbwzdb6kkrvrhbbqi

MAUI avatars: Mirroring the user's sensed emotions via expressive multi-ethnic facial avatars

Fatma Nasoz, Christine L. Lisetti
2006 Journal of Visual Languages and Computing  
In this paper we describe the Multimodal Affective User Interface (MAUI) we created to capture its users' emotional physiological signals via wearable computers and visualize the categorized signals in  ...  terms of recognized emotion.  ...  computer-related tasks well compared to those with positive attitudes towards computers.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jvlc.2006.05.001 fatcat:quh526oymjctfph7t4vmqzkt7m

Perceived Emotional Intelligence in Virtual Agents

Yang Yang, Xiaojuan Ma, Pascale Fung
2017 Proceedings of the 2017 CHI Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI EA '17  
The results show that overall users perceive an emotion-expressing VA (EEVA) to be more EI than a non-emotion-expressing VA (NEEVA).  ...  We examine user's perception of EI of virtual agents through Zara The Supergirl, a virtual agent that conducts question and answering type of conversational testing and counseling online.  ...  It can recognize user emotions, express simple emotions, and respond user emotions detected.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3027063.3053163 dblp:conf/chi/YangMF17 fatcat:a2z7drkqhbbspgeatle6eigjaa

Panel on affect and emotion in the user interface

Barbara Hayes-Roth, Gene Ball, Christine Lisetti, Rosalind W. Picard, Andrew Stern
1998 Proceedings of the 3rd international conference on Intelligent user interfaces - IUI '98  
A key part of this research is focused on giving computers the ability to recognize human emotions and to respond intelligently to them.  ...  Computers that Recognize a User's Emotional Expressions. Rosalind W. Picard I lead a research effort to develop computers that have the skills involved in emotional intelligence.  ... 
doi:10.1145/268389.268406 dblp:conf/iui/Hayes-RothBLPS98 fatcat:wysm5tvoejbefefpapthq53y7i

Emerged Computer Interaction with Humanity: Social Computing

Anil K Dubey, Dilip Sisodia, Dinesh Khunteta, Amara Ram Saini, Vikas Chaturvedi
2014 International Journal on Computational Science & Applications  
It optimises the interaction technology, ubiquitous computing and pervasive computing.  ...  This article conveys the brief description of social computing and social impact of computing into variant environment.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors are thankful to the audience.  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijcsa.2014.4116 fatcat:hws2lrpgjrgfvkq45afsxzq5ny

Recognizing, Modeling, and Responding to Users' Affective States [chapter]

Helmut Prendinger, Junichiro Mori, Mitsuru Ishizuka
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We describe a system that recognizes physiological data of users in real-time, interprets this information as affective states, and responds to affect by employing an animated agent.  ...  This outcome may prove useful for educational systems or applications that induce user stress.  ...  This research is partly supported by the JSPS Research Grant (1999Grant ( -2003 for the Future Program and a Memorandum of Understanding between the National Institute of Informatics and the Univ. of Augsburg  ... 
doi:10.1007/11527886_9 fatcat:4cfjxt4arvbi7d76zjt5p5wf74

Affect Computation Models from Textual Aspect: A Brief Survey

Lata Gohil, Dharmendra Patel
2016 International Journal of Computer Applications  
Human emotions are outcome of the subjective evaluation of events that occur in the environment. There are various affect theories in psychology to understand human emotion.  ...  If it is required that computers are human like intelligent and interact naturally with users, computers must have the ability to recognize, understand, and even to have and express emotions.  ...  An essential goal [10] of Affective Computing is to design a computer system that responds in a rational and strategic way to real-time changes in user affect, cognition, and motivation, as represented  ... 
doi:10.5120/ijca2016910901 fatcat:422wzqikrjalpkphgyhzbpjdwq
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