Can we detect speakers' empathy?: A real-life case study

@article{Alam2016CanWD,
  title={Can we detect speakers' empathy?: A real-life case study},
  author={Firoj Alam and Morena Danieli and Giuseppe Riccardi},
  journal={2016 7th IEEE International Conference on Cognitive Infocommunications (CogInfoCom)},
  year={2016},
  pages={000059-000064}
}
In the context of automatic behavioral analysis, we aim to classify empathy in human-human spoken conversations. Empathy underlies to the human ability to recognize, understand and to react to emotions, attitudes, and beliefs of others. While empathy and its different manifestations (e.g., sympathy, compassion) have been widely studied in psychology, very little has been done in the computational research literature. In this paper, we present a case study where we investigate the occurrences of… CONTINUE READING

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