Empathic Computing

@inproceedings{Cai2006EmpathicC,
  title={Empathic Computing},
  author={Yang Cai},
  booktitle={Ambient Intelligence in Everyday},
  year={2006}
}
  • Yang Cai
  • Published in
    Ambient Intelligence in…
    2006
  • Computer Science
Empathic computing is an emergent paradigm that enables a system to understand human states and feelings and to share this intimate information. [] Key Result From the machine learning algorithm, the accuracy reaches up to 90% from 21 simulated trials. Empathic computing is not limited to healthcare. It can also be applied to solve other everyday-life problems such as management of emails and stress.

Instinctive Computing

  • Yang Cai
  • Computer Science
    Springer London
  • 2016
This paper proposes a 'bottom-up' approach that is focused on human basic instincts: forage, vigilance, reproduction, intuition and learning, and potential applications.

Ambient intelligence: From interaction to insight

  • Yang Cai
  • Computer Science
    Int. J. Hum. Comput. Stud.
  • 2007

An empathy learning problem for HSI: To be empathic, self-improving and ambient

This paper is an attempt to state an empathy learning problem for an ambient intelligent system to self-improve its empathic responses based on user affective states.

Mind the Robot! Variation in Attributions of Mind to a Wide Set of Real and Fictional Robots

The rapid rise of computing power has prompted the desire to develop more social, human-like robots. Quantitatively comparing different computing systems on their ability to simulate human qualities

Mind the Robot! Variation in Attributions of Mind to a Wide Set of Real and Fictional Robots

The rapid rise of computing power has prompted the desire to develop more social, human-like robots. Quantitatively comparing different computing systems on their ability to simulate human qualities

Ubiquitous Computing und Gruppendynamik. Überlegungen zu Smart Devices als gruppendynamisches Phänomen

ZusammenfassungMobile Kommunikationsgeräte wie Smartphones revolutionieren unseren (Arbeits-)Alltag. Realität und Virtualität verschmelzen, und das Begriffspaar drückt keinen Gegensatz mehr aus.

Digital Intimacy in China and Japan

This paper aims to show a possible path to address the introduction of intimate digital technologies through a phenomenological and postphenomenological perspective in relation to Japanese and

Building Caring Healthcare Systems in the Internet of Things

A structured approach for describing Internet of Things (IoT) for healthcare systems is presented and relevant quality issues that arise are discussed, in particular, the need to consider caring as a requirement.

Replika in the Metaverse: the moral problem with empathy in ‘It from Bit’

This paper assesses claims of computational empathy in relation to existing social open-ended chatbots and intention that these chatbots will feature in emergent mixed reality contexts, recently

Computational Foundations of Natural Intelligence

  • M. Gerven
  • Computer Science
    Frontiers Comput. Neurosci.
  • 2017
This paper reviews some of the computational principles relevant for understanding natural intelligence and, ultimately, achieving strong AI, and concentrates on the use of artificial neural networks as a framework for modeling cognitive processes.

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 103 REFERENCES

Continuous Body Monitoring

When a person who usually wears a watch forgets to put it on one day, it is common for them to look at their wrist anyway expecting the watch to be there, but not aware of the watch's presence or lack thereof.

Network solutions for home health care applications.

  • Almut HerzogL. Lind
  • Medicine
    Technology and health care : official journal of the European Society for Engineering and Medicine
  • 2003
This paper looks at network technologies that connect sensors and input devices in the patient home to a home health care provider and considers wireless and Internet technologies from functional and security-related perspectives and arrives at a recommendation for this system.

Smart house automation system for the elderly and the disabled

The multisensor system along with the ANN methodology used for learning and some system functionalities are described and results of habits learning are given.

Sensor Fusion Using Dempster-Shafer Theory

The relationship between Dempster-Shafer theory and the classical Bayesian method is discussed and the experimental approach is to track a user’s focus of attention from multiple cues.

Designing Safe Smart Home Systems for Vulnerable People

Designing assistive technological solutions for people with disabilities and older people is fraught with problems due to the number of agencies involved. These problems are compounded by the lack of

Environmental Studies with the Sensor Web: Principles and Practice

Not only current progress in the Sensor Web technology, but also its recent application to problems in hydrology are examined to illustrate the general concepts involved.

Wireless Local Area Network Positioning

By developing within the existing 802.11 infrastructure, developers can leverage WiFi to create wide-spread context-aware services, and these characteristics are the drivers behind WiFi's most significant trait: increasing ubiquity.

Wireless integrated network sensors

The WINS network represents a new monitoring and control capability for applications in such industries as transportation, manufacturing, health care, environmental oversight, and safety and security, and opportunities depend on development of a scalable, low-cost, sensor-network architecture.

Neural Networks for Pattern Recognition

Sensor networks: evolution, opportunities, and challenges

The history of research in sensor networks over the past three decades is traced, including two important programs of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) spanning this period: the Distributed Sensor Networks (DSN) and the Sensor Information Technology (SensIT) programs.
...