MENHIR is involved in the organization of the special session: BEhavINg coGnitive Systems: Believable, Autonomous, Adaptive, Context Aware (BEINGS) Track at the 1st IEEE International Conference on Human-Machine Systems, which
MENHIR is involved in the organization of the special session: BEhavINg coGnitive Systems: Believable, Autonomous, Adaptive, Context Aware (BEINGS) Track at the 1st IEEE International Conference on Human-Machine Systems, which will be held in Rome from 6th to 8th April 2020.
Anna Esposito, Università della Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli”, Italy.
Maria Inés Torres, Universidad País Vasco UPV/EHU, Spain
Zoraida Callejas Carrión, Universidad de Granada, Spain
Antonietta M. Esposito, Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia, Sez. di Napoli, Osservatorio Vesuviano, Italy.
Gennaro Cordasco, Università della Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli”, Italy
Sergio Escalera, Universitat de Barcelona and Computer Vision Center, Spain
Carl Vogel, Trinity College Dublin, School of Computer Science and Statistics, Ireland
The integration of cognitive theories, knowledge representation models and algorithms in a computational framework will enable rich models of human-machine interaction, and the development of novel machine learning techniques for the analysis of socially situated multimodal human communication streams. The successful analysis, modelling, and understanding of context effects on social interactions will be of high relevance for ICT applications where human-machine communication is particularly emphasized.
In order to enable the development of computational paradigms for implementing socially believable, emotionally adaptive, and context-aware systems (BEINGS) able to enhance quality of life in society, expertise in different yet complementary scientific fields must be accounted for. A holistic scientific approach, cross-cultural collaborations and exchanges are required. To this aim, this track is promoting contributions across a spectrum of disciplines reporting on experimental data , theories, and mathematical models of dynamics of signal exchanges (in terms of shared meanings, emotional states, cultural differences, and cognitive processes of cooperation, and decision making). The ultimate goal is to equip machines with human level automaton intelligence.
The topics include, but are not limited to:
- Cross-cultural processing of social signals
- Linguistic and social interactional exchanges
- Social Robotics: analysis and applications
- Human behaviour: Analysis and understanding
- Linguistic sentiment analysis
- Changes in sentiment expressions
- Cognitive Economy
- Group behaviour, group cognition and cultural specificity
- Influence of context on perception, memory and decision making
- Cognitive systems for multimodal signal analysis
- Nonlinear processing of audio-video social signals
- Multimodal social signal processing
- New datasets and forms of data that can push the research in the field
- Predictive bias analysis
- Adaptation and adaptive algorithms
- Emotions: analyses, detection, recognition
- Assistive technologies and user’s acceptance
- Age, gender, and personality traits’ effects
|Special Track paper submission deadline||January 20, 2020|
|Notification of acceptance:||February 15, 2020|
|Camera-ready copy due:||March 15, 2020|
6 (Monday) 1:00 am - 8 (Wednesday) 1:00 am