User Attitude Towards an Embodied Conversational Agent : Effects of the Interaction Mode

@inproceedings{Novielli2014UserAT,
  title={User Attitude Towards an Embodied Conversational Agent : Effects of the Interaction Mode},
  author={Nicole Novielli and Fiorella de Rosis and Irene Mazzotta},
  year={2014}
}
We describe how the interaction mode with an Embodied Conversational Agent (ECA) affects the users’ perception of the agent and their behavior during interaction, and propose a method to recognize the social attitude of users towards the agent from their verbal behavior. A corpus of human-ECA dialogues was collected with a Wizard of Oz study in which the input mode of the user moves was varied (written versus speech-based). After labeling the corpus, we evaluated the relationship between input… CONTINUE READING
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