Building HAL: computers that sense, recognize, and respond to human emotion

@inproceedings{Picard2001BuildingHC,
  title={Building HAL: computers that sense, recognize, and respond to human emotion},
  author={Rosalind W. Picard},
  booktitle={Human Vision and Electronic Imaging},
  year={2001}
}
The HAL 9000 computer, the inimitable star of the classic Kubrick and Clarke film "2001: A Space Odyssey," displayed image understanding capabilities vastly beyond today’s computer systems. HAL could not only instantly recognize who he was interacting with, but also he could lip read, judge aesthetics of visual sketches, recognize emotions subtly expressed by scientists on board the ship, and respond to these emotions in an adaptive personalized way. Of course, HAL also had capabilities that we… CONTINUE READING
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