NII Shonan Meeting on Spoken Multimodal Dialogue Systems Technology for Pervasive Computing

Our colleagues Wolfgang Minker (Ulm University) and Zoraida Callejas (University of Granada) together with Keiichi Yasumoto (Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan) are organizing a NII Shonan Meeting on Spoken Multimodal Dialogue Systems Technology for Pervasive Computing, that is taking place from 30th September to 3rd October in Shonan, Japan.

NII Shonan Meeting is a series of informatics seminars, managed by the Japanese National Institute of Informatics, which aims to internationally promote informatics research providing a premier venue for world-class scientists.

During the meeting, several topics related to MENHIR areas of interest are being addressed, including (among others):

  • Challenges of spoken and multimodal dialogue interaction.
  • Context awareness for multimodal dialogue systems.
  • Personalization and user-centered development of dialogue systems for pervasive systems.
  • Experimental design, user studies and evaluation of pervasive multimodal dialogue systems.
  • Life-cycle, requirement elicitation, robustness to change, standardization and simulation.
  • Description, development and sharing of resources: corpora compilation, annotation tools and approaches, crowdsourcing approaches…
  • Ethics and societal impact.

More information: https://shonan.nii.ac.jp/seminars/163/

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