Dirk M. Reichardt

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Rosalind Picard: I was trying to figure out how to get computers to be good at perception—seeing & hearing, which everyone thought meant we should model the visual cortex and auditory cortex; I was not interested in emotion at the time and thought it a rather distasteful topic. As I learned about how the human brain perceives, I discovered work showing that(More)
Jonathan Gratch: This is not a generally accepted technical term, affective computing seems to have acquired more popularity, but it captures the intuition that the computational and social sciences have much to offer each other with regard to the phenomena of human emotion. On the one hand, computational techniques are making great strides in recognizing(More)
What could be emotional about computers and software? What is the link between the two main words in the title of this issue: Emotion and Computing? With the growing importance of computer based social networks the linguistic notion of emotion may have a new interpretation in this context. In fact, the role of emotion in artificial intelligence research(More)
This presentation demonstrates the result of a project in mobile comput-<lb>ing conducted during the main course in information systems at the University of<lb>cooperative education. The Mobile Alert system for Rescue Services (MARS)<lb>supports the communication between the control center and the mobile forces dur-<lb>ing an emergency rescue. From a(More)
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