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Affective computing pdf
Affective computing pdf

Affective computing. Rosalind W. Picard

Affective computing


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Affective computing Rosalind W. Picard
Publisher: The MIT Press




The company is one of several on a quest to use tech to understand our emotions—a field called affective computing. Affective Technologies includes Instant affection technologies and applications of Affective computing ( relating concept: affection , cognitive feedback loop ). It's rare that a book about technology is still relevant, never mind ahead of the curve, 12 years after publication. Where affect science, psychology, and computing meet - a blog by Arvid Kappas. Affective computing involves the study and developments of systems that can recognize, interpret process and simulates human affects. Augmenting Social Interaction through Affective Computing is the first workshop on affective computing that specifically aims to improve or enhance social interaction among humans. Together with Affective Computing expert Alwin de Rooij we made an introduction into Affective Computing workshop. Affective computing is the study and development of systems and devices that can recognize, interpret, process, and simulate human affects (Wikipedia). "I think we're going to see an explosion of devices that sense emotion. For instance, the startup Affectiva analyzes facial expressions to discover how people feel about ads. Until quite recently, technology has been unable to translate emotions into the machine-readable language of 1s and 0s. Affective Computing and Affective Interaction: Emotion in Technology. Together with my supervisors Andreas Bulling and Hans Gellersen has just been accepted for the International Conference on Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction (ACII'13), taking place in Geneva in September. It combines Computer science, Human psychology and Cognitive science. I'm halfway through Rosalind Picard's Affective Computing, and I'm glad I picked it up.

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