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Can Conversational Agents Express Big Five Personality Traits through Language ? : Evaluating a Psychologically-Informed Language Generator

@inproceedings{Mairesse2008CanCA,
  title={Can Conversational Agents Express Big Five Personality Traits through Language ? : Evaluating a Psychologically-Informed Language Generator},
  author={François Mairesse and M. Walker},
  year={2008}
}
Conversation is an essential component of social behavior, one of the primary means by which humans express intentions, beliefs, emotions, attitudes and personality. Thus a key technical capability for dialogue-based conversational agents for interactive entertainment, therapeutic, or learning applications is the ability to support natural conversational interaction. To do so, natural language processing is often applied to allow users flexibility in what they say to the system, but the system… Expand
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