Kyoshi Mori

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Research carried out in authoring systems for embodied agent based presentations have traditionally been confined to scripted interactive presentations. In recent years, however, there has been a gradual shift to adopting a more dynamic approach that supports a higher degree of flexibility in user-agent interactivity, where the user is allowed to engage in(More)
This paper describes the results obtained and ongoing agenda of a research project on embodied conversational agents, carried out at the University of Tokyo. The main focus points of the project are the development of scripting languages for controlling life-like agents and the modeling of affective interactions between agents and human users. Furthermore,(More)
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