Password swordfish: Verbal humor in the interface

@article{Stock2003PasswordSV,
  title={Password swordfish: Verbal humor in the interface},
  author={O. Stock},
  journal={Humor: International Journal of Humor Research},
  year={2003},
  volume={16}
}
  • O. Stock
  • Published 2003
  • Psychology
  • Humor: International Journal of Humor Research
  • Humour will be a necessity in future interfaces, especiall y in the area at the crossroads of entertainment and education, the so called edutainment. Some considerations on the state of the art in natural langauge processing and on computational humour prospects are presented, as well as some ideas for the introduction of certain types of computational humour in seductive interfaces. In doing that, reference is made to some of the sparkling exchanges of the Marx Brothers.1. 
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